APC Chieftain Caught With 367 PVCs

The arrest of Aminu Ali Shana, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, with 367 alleged permanent voter cards has caused anxiety among Kano State’s political elite.

On October 14, 2022, police detained Ali, a party chairman in the Yautan Arewa ward of the state’s Gabasawa Local Government Area. This offense is believed to have violated Sections 21 and 22 Sub Section 1(a), (b), and (c) of the Electoral Act as amended.

The New Nigeria Peoples Party in the state had warned against some individuals hoarding or purchasing permanent voters cards from people in regions where they doubted their chances of doing well in the election before his arrest.

However, detectives at the command’s Bompai Police headquarters informed Saturday Sun that they were investigating from all directions.

They revealed that the suspect had argued in his statement that everything was a set up by local opposing political interests.

Source: Sun news

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