Congressperson Lawal Shuaibu, Deputy National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, has asked Adams Oshiomhole, National Chairman of the gathering, to leave from his situation for being unfit to add to the estimation of the gathering.
In a letter to Oshiomhole dated May 27, 2019, Shuaibu accused Oshiomole for APC's misfortune in Zamfara.
Oshiomhole was encouraged to approach the noteworthy way and venture from his situation in the gathering and gave opportunity to get better of the harm done by him.
The letter titled "APC: IT'S FORTUNES Vs MISFORTUNES, TIME TO ACT!" peruses,
"I compose this letter to you with profound heart and high awareness of other's expectations.
"I compose this letter thinking since I am a basic partner in the APC venture.
"I compose this letter with my hands shaking emerging from the acknowledging of myself being engaged with a task that is at present observed as flopping, even before accomplishing the aspiration of its establishing fathers. I never ended up in any fizzled task.
"In cutting edge popular governments, individuals who neglect to include esteem or work well beyond what they met on supposition of obligation demonstrate some humanized precedents, they respectably bow out.
"In that association, subsequently, I need to inform you to take the way regarding honor, to move to one side and enable the Party to set out on the cumbersome assignment of reproduction and restoration in those States it was debilitated by the impact of way (sic) the last essential decision activities were led or even the errand of reproducing the gathering where it is on the way of eradication, emerging from the departure of a sitting APC Government, for instance in Zamfara State, where you legitimately by and by made the issue prompting the difficult complete loss of APC's discretionary fortunes. From up to down, all these are uncontestable actualities.
"You can't absolve yourself from fault on the end result for APC Zamfara State, in this way pulverizing the expectations and desires of 534,541 APC individuals and supporters."