By Tom Garba, Yola – The Factional Chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC) Hon. Shuaibu Yamusa has died in Kano.
The Hamma Bachama, HRH Honest Irmiya confirmed that the party stalwart died as a result of Diabetes and heart problem that he knows he has been battling with it for a long.
He was buried today (Monday ) according to the Islamic injunction in Numan.
A delegation from the national party led by the Secretary of the Government of the federation, SGF, Engr. Babachir David Lawal, National Party official, the three senators representing the state and all the factional leaders of the party in the state were at Numan the home base of late Yamusa.
The National secretary of the APC, Alh. Mai Malla described the dead of Yamusa as a big lost in the entire country that, is only somebody with a heart of God can forget it, been the kind of person he was, hard working and intelligent.
Malla responded that despite the crisis the party has a way of resolving her crisis, he call on all the party loyalist to pray for the internal rest of the late Chairman.
On her own view the senator representing Adamawa Northern Senatorial zone, Mrs Binta Marsi Garba Tumba,described late Yamusa as a team player and a perfected gentleman, lamented that his dead came when is actually duty to help in the mantra change in the state.
She also revealed that investigation Is on going about her last visit that sponsored tugs disrupted her program in Mubi, saying that sooner or later the culprits will be brought to book
Yamusa passed on when the party in the state is facing a serious internal disagreement, that was splits into two.There is a party leadership under late Yamusa shuaibu believed to hold the structure of Murtala Nyako and House and Dimas Simon who is holding the Governor Bindow’s structure.
The sharp disagreement was shown today as there was a mild drama between the two faction in Numan at the home of the late Chairman, the entourage of the Governor of the state and the entourage of SGF could not meet to exchange plesentaries as party demand.