On Wednesday, N44.2 million went missing from the All Progressives Congress’s national secretariat (APC).
It was because of this that the sale of forms for the Senate and House of Representatives was halted. The sudden disappearance of N44.2 million caused this.
The party had set up a canopy under which people could buy application forms for the Senate and House of Representatives.
The party, on the other hand, took down the canopies around 4:15 p.m. and told the staff to keep selling forms at the International Conference Center in Abuja.
People who read the news say that the party’s leader, Senator Abdulahi Adamu, asked that workers who sell National Assembly forms be moved to the International Conference Center (ICC) because security officers at the party’s headquarters couldn’t control the crowd.
The development may also be linked to the abrupt loss of $75, 000, which is equivalent to N44.2 million, according to sources.
The canopies APC Secretariat were taken down after it was found that the money had been stolen, according to a member of the party’s staff who asked not to be named.
According to the source, they heard that someone arrived at the party secretariat today, but that due to the crowd, he was unable to enter with his automobile.
Even though the $75,000 he was holding in an envelope fell when he was trying to find his way into the secretariat, we found out that the money was still there.
To keep the throng under control, the party will continue to sell governorship and presidential nomination forms at the party secretariat.