Senator Abdullahi Adamu has finally spoken out about his removal as the chairman of the Northern Senators Forum.
Mr Adamu, who was removed as chairman Northern Senators’ Forum has denied allegation he mismanaged funds belonging to the group shortly after his removal shortly before the end of plenary on Wednesday.
According to the letter signed by the forum’s Public Relations Officer, Dino Melaye, Mr. Adamu was removed for ‘financial mismanagement and misadministration’, PT writes.
Furthermore, Shehu Sani (APC, Kaduna Central), alleged that Mr. Adamu and other executive members mismanaged about N70 million belonging to the group.
But Mr Adamu, a heavily pro-Buhari senator, has however denied this allegation, claiming he was being targeted because he rejected the passage of election sequence by the senate.
Recall that the senator on February 14 led nine other senators to oppose the Senate passage of the amendment to the electoral act, leading to a rowdy session in the Red Chamber.
Mr. Adamu questioned the conduct of the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, in the passage process, and reiterated that he would stand by his decision and “resist any decision the Senate takes regarding his position.”