APC Chair, Sen. Adamu Clears Air on alleged Stolen $50,000 at the party secretariat

Senator Abdullahi Adamu, national chairmanship aspirant of the APC.
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……Missing $50.000 doesn’t belong to us.

……Says Forms Not Sold In Dollars.

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has reacted to the theft of a huge amount of money at its National Secretariat in Abuja on Wednesday. Recall how a party official from Enugu raised the alarm that he was robbed of $50,000 at the ruling party’s headquarters.

The incident happened barely 24 hours after the party commenced the sale of forms.

On Thursday, the party relocated the sale of forms from its national secretariat to the International Conference Centre (ICC) in Abuja.

Explaining why the venue was moved to ICC, APC National Publicity Secretary, Barr Felix Morka, said the decision to relocate the venue to the ICC was to ease heavy human and vehicular traffic around the secretariat.

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He also explained that the $50, 000 that was stolen at the party’s national secretariat on Wednesday does not belong to the party.

“On Wednesday, April 27, 2022, a sum of $50,000 was reported lost by an individual around the entrance gate of the national secretariat of the party.”

“To be clear, the lost money does not belong to the party. The loss is neither connected with proceeds of sale of forms nor with relocation of the venue for the collection of expression of interest and nomination forms from the secretariat grounds to the ICC, as erroneously reported by the media.

“As widely advertised and reported in major news outlets, all purchase of forms are payable to designated bank accounts of the party. In any event, the fee for the said forms is set and denominated in Naira not US Dollars.

“We urge our party members and the general public to disregard any reports or suggestion to the contrary as false and grossly misleading,” the party said.

 

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