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Trouble hits NCF As Na’abba Quits Party

A former Speaker of the House of Representatives and one of the pillars and founding fathers of the National Consultative Front (NCF), Rt. Hon. Ghali Umar Na’Abba, has quit the party.

Na’abba, a recipient of the National Honour of Commander of the Order of the Federal Republic, CFR, tendered his letter of resignation to NCF’s National Secretary, Veteran Olawale Okunniyi, citing “irreconcilable differences between me and my vision and your own.”

Specifically, the former Speaker accused the party’s national scribe of issuing press releases without recourse to him.

“The way and manner press releases are being made by you and mostly without consulting me is too much for me to bear,” he said. “I believe time has come for me to leave.”

Na’abba’s resignation is hitting the party at a very demanding period in the party’s life.

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