The African Democratic Congress (ADC) has issued a stern warning against anti-party activities in Kogi state, stating that perpetrators will face punitive measures, according to Kingsley Temitope Ogga, the ADC Chairman for Kogi State.
Ogga expressed disappointment in the involvement of notable ADC members in anti-party activities during the recent elections, particularly in campaigning for the President-elect of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Ahmed Tinubu. He emphasized that anti-party activities are a serious offense and go against the principles of democracy and the ADC constitution.
As a result, a Disciplinary Committee has been set up to investigate and take appropriate action against those found guilty. The ADC also directed the State Party Secretary, Adaji John Udale, to stop acting as the State Chairman, and warned members and the public to take note of the consequences of engaging in anti-party activities.
The decisions of the ADC have been communicated to relevant bodies, including the National Caretaker Committee, INEC, and law enforcement agencies.