Missing Kaduna factional APC Chairman found in Zaria
The factional Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Kaduna State, Danladi Wada has been found in the early hours of Sunday in Zaria, 24 hours after he was declared missing by his family.
￼The state APC Chairman went for early morning prayers Saturday at a mosque close to his residence at Angwan Rimi GRA and did not return home.
His family raised concerns given the fact that he was opposed to the governor’s faction of the party, but the Kaduna State Police Command could not confirm his abductions 24 hours before he was found.
An APC stalwarts told DAILY ASSET in a telephone interview that the party Chairman was driven by his abductors and dropped in Zaria early hours on Sunday. “Yes, he was released by those who abducted him this (Sunday) morning.
He was found in Zaria around 5 a.m.” ￼ “He was found by a friend and political associate at a mosque close to Dan magaji bridge in Zaria,” he said. Mr Wada was also said to have been blindfolded by his abductors who took him to an undisclosed location and forced him to sign a letter and made a verbal recording denouncing his position as the state APC chairman.
He was said to have reported to the State Police Command in Kaduna. Alhaji Wada’s APC faction is opposed to the Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, and they have conducted their own primaries amweek ago preparatory to the forthcoming local government elections, while the El-Rufai faction did theirs on Saturday of the incident. ￼ ￼
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