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…The role played by members of the House of Assembly led by the current Governor, the role of people who were working in the Villa and the money that exchanged hands and the rest. It was an extension of the impeachment of Nyako that led to PDP primaries being carried away from Yola to Abuja…

Sajoh on APC Crisis (II) 

Comrade Ahmad I Sajoh has vindicated Senator Aishatu Dahiru Ahmed, a.k.a Binani where he rejected the viral classified documents that contained different lists of antagonists in the Nyako impeachment saga as corrupt, callous, mischievous and fake.

According to Sajoh “documents being bandied in the process of trying to make a point. Documents that are supposed to come from security agencies. This is a disservice to the entire country.

“Even declassified documents are not released to the public the way they are releasing these documents that are for all intent and purposes not declassified.

“The law is that you declassify documents after a certain period not less than 50 years.

“Anything that would have happened in 2014 is still fresh. Those documents are supposed to be classified. Therefore the lists that are going around and I say it with all sense of responsibility, because I was part of the crisis that led to Nyako’s impeachment. I was at the heart of it.

“The documents that are being bandied around are fake, useless documents that are manufactured by those that are releasing them for whatever purpose but they are documents that are bringing the entire country to disrepute, because if supposed classified documents of the security agencies of the federal republic of Nigeria could be in the hands of charlatans like this who would be able to release it to public, it then means that the entire country is in trouble.

“So these documents are fake. I’m aware of what transpired at that time. There are many names of people who took direct responsibility and took direct part in the process of the impeachment of Nyako whose names are not on those documents.

“So I know for certain that if I were to mention names, I would have mentioned several names that are not found in these documents that were very active that we have confrontations with.

“When Nyako was impeached in 2014, I was the only person that stood my ground, addressed the press, went to court, did whatever I could do. I was the star witness in the case of Bala James Ngilari becoming governor.

“I represented Nyako in court. I raised the first, second, third, fourth and fifth affidavits that gave Ngilari the governorship. I know all of these things. We were conducting ourselves with some levels of decorum. We did not compromise Nigeria the way they are trying to compromise Nigeria. We did not drag the names of other individuals into it to create further wedges and divisions in the system. We’re all brothers and sisters in one country and humanity.

“Anybody who is releasing any document purporting to say somebody was part of the impeachment of Nyako is actually doing a disservice. I think he is not only being cowardly but he is being callous, he is being wicked, he is being very uncharitable to the federal republic of Nigeria and to the entire process.

“So I want to urge those people that are releasing those documents to please keep them away. We don’t need them at this point in time. We don’t need those names circulated falsely.

“Some of these people are absolutely innocent of what they are being accused of and some of them are involved but not to the extent that it is being written and some of them are even late, for crying out loud, why do you begin to malign somebody whom God has taken.

“So I want to warn on that we should be cautious, this level of bad leadership we’re displaying is not in our interest. I also want to say that we need to stop the negative activities we are doing, holding all manners of meetings, releasing all manners of information that is trying to deepen dissension, I think we don’t need all that.

“Because very soon we may go beyond our political parties, we may begin to create divisions within families, within homes, within communities and if these things lead to breakdown of law and order, who takes responsibility?

“Is it just because we have infantile leadership that does not understand that leadership goes beyond just holding the title of a leader?

“Leadership is a responsibility, for one to consider the overall interest of society and what they are doing could lead to more crises.

“I’m not unmindful of the fact that there are conflict entrepreneurs, people who only benefit, who put food on their table if there’s conflict. We must caution them. There has to be a limit lest it turns out to consume them.

“A lot of people have seen what a crisis can cause, it can consume an innocent person.

“I also want to address political merchants who are busy running from one pillar to one post, bringing the heads of political leaders together so that they can collect ten naira, twenty naira, they should know that our politics is one of the most fluid politics in the world.

“Our political parties are revolving doors. Today you will see somebody in this party, tomorrow you see him in that party, the same thing with tendencies.

“All the people we’re talking about today, if you insist that these people you don’t want them to be, if they become governor tomorrow there is nothing you can do. You fall behind them. and these the same people who are insulting others will turn out to be at the forefront struggling to remain relevant. All these political merchandising, political brigandage must stop in the interest of our state, in the interest of our people.

“And I want to say that our elders must begin to lend their voices of reason. A lot of people are afraid of some sponsored jobless, without manners, people of doubtful parentage or doubtful origin could insult highly revered people like our fathers in politics, hence would insult anyone is not enough for the good people to remain silent in the face of injustice.


“Sen Binani was not part of any process that led to the impeachment of Nyako. We know those that had hands in the impeachment of Nyako and like I said the documents they are bandying are fake documents. I’m aware of what transpired. I saw the names they are putting on those documents, some are false and then some of the real people who acted, we know them, but their names are excluded from the documents, for some reason, they are hiding the real people that have participated as against the people who did not participate.

“As at the time Nyako was impeached, you recall, when the then acting CJ was told to set up a panel, you remember very well that he was escorted by a lorry load of military men. It was covered in the media. It was very open.

“You know the role played by members of the House of Assembly led by the current Governor. You know all this. And we know the role of people who were working at that time in the Villa and the money that exchanged hands and the rest.

“It was an extension of the impeachment of Nyako that led to PDP primaries being carried away from Yola to Abuja.

“The same set of people who participated in the impeachment saga, were the same set of people that again participated in process of trying to take over the PDP nomination process.

“These activities were all related and these were dark days in the history of Adamawa state, These are the same we should not be discussing at this time. These are old wounds. Nobody who wishes this state anything good would want to open an old wound that is almost healing. I think we should keep off that matter as much as we can if we can.

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