Abdullahi Adamu and Akpabio Clash Over Senate Leadership Appointments

In a heated dispute, Senator Abdullahi Adamu, the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, expressed his anger on Tuesday over the newly announced leadership appointments in the National Assembly by Senate President Godswill Akpabio and Speaker of the House of Representatives, Tajudeen Abbas.

Adamu vehemently stated that the party had not received official information regarding the allocation of offices, dismissing the news of the emergence of principal officers as mere rumors. The disagreement highlights a growing rift between Adamu and Akpabio, with both parties taking opposing stances on the issue.

The lack of communication and consultation regarding the Senate leadership appointments has further fueled tensions within the All Progressives Congress. As the National Chairman, Adamu’s dissatisfaction raises questions about the party’s internal coordination and decision-making processes.

The clash between Adamu and Akpabio underscores the need for clearer communication and unity within the party as the All Progressives Congress strives to maintain a strong and cohesive front in Nigeria’s political landscape. The resolution of this conflict will likely have significant implications for the future direction and stability of the party.