By Pita Chib, Minna

The newly constituted Caretaker Committee  of All Progressive Congress APC, Tuesday  maintained that that the sack of it's embattled Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer and their subsequent prosecution is irreversible.

The Chairman, Jibrin Iman and two other members of the state Executive Council were sacked  from office five months ago for alleged "gross misconduct, financial misappropriation and abuse of office".

The party however washed its hand off the court case involving the former chairman and three others at a Minna Chief Magistrate court where they are being accused of mismanaging party funds amounting to about N850million.

The Legal Adviser of the party Khaleel Aliyu in a statement made available to newsmen in Minn said with the inauguration of Alhaji Saidu Galkogo as state chairman by  Mai Mala Buni led National caretaker committee "has put paid to any claim Imam has on the state Chairmanship of the party. He should therefore stop struggling in the dark.

The embattled Chairman had insisted that he remained the authentic Chairman of the new Caretaker committee in the state, saying that he was the duly elected Chairman by the December 8th, 2018 congress of the party.

He therefore accused governor Bello of fueling crisis in the party in the state, adding that of all the members of the Governor Buni led National Caretaker Committee, only Governor Bello that has failed to resolve the crisis in his state.

But the legal Adviser in the statement said "The case Engineer Imam has in court today does not have anything to do with our  party, it is a Criminal case - The Commissioner of Police Vs Jibrin Imam",  the Legal Adviser said.

According to him, "All other cases the party had in court had been withdrawn on the directive of the National Caretaker Committee", 

Contrary to Iman claim that the governor was destroying the party, said Imam was responsible for misleading the party alleging  that the former Chairman in one fell swoop dismissed 120 man strong members of the party from his own Gurara local government area alone.

"We are trying to correct all the ills perpetrated by the sacked chairman, we have already set up a reconciliatory committee to link up with those injured by the former chairman and bring them back to the fold.

According to Aliyu the efforts of the party has started yielding favourable results with not less than 2000 new members now registered with the party and "will be unveiled very soon"