The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Kano State on Sunday dissolved the executive committees of the party in all the 44 local government areas and 484 wards in the state.
The dissolution was contained in a statement signed by the party’s interim chairman and secretary, Hassan Kafayos and Andrew Musa respectively, in Kano.
It said the action was necessary because the state governor, Rabiu Kwankwaso, had before his exit to join the All Progressive Congress, APC, turned the party into the “Kwankwasiyya political movement”.
The statement alleged that the movement made the party to lose its capacity as a political body.
According to the statement, the chairmen of the caretaker committees of the party in the 44 local government areas had been appointed and would soon be announced.
It however said the caretaker committee members of the local government areas and the entire executive committees of the wards would be reconstituted after due consultations with stakeholders.