No Faction In Farmers’ Association – Mudi

No Faction In Farmers’ Association – Mudi

9/25/2021 1:05:00 PM

No Faction In Farmers’ Association – Mudi

The newly elected president of All Farmers Association of Nigeria (AFAN), Farouk Mudi, has said there is no faction in the body. Mudi made the

“I believe there is no faction in AFAN. Architect Kabir Ibrahim is only running a parallel office that is not recognise and backed by law.“So I believe AFAN is one, and it has only one certificate. His tenure has expired and an election was conducted, even the immediate-past Minister of Agriculture, Alhaji Mohammed Nanono, was in attendance and I vied for the position and I won,” he said.

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Mudi alleged that Ibrahim might have decided not to relinquish power “because of the benefit he was getting in connivance with some corrupt government officials.“And they are only using him as a tool to perpetrate their dastardly act and that is why he has been fighting like a wounded lion, insisting that he wants to continue.

“I see no reason why Kabir should continue if the constitution says five years. He stayed in power for five years and eight months before he was pushed out.“I don’t know the kind of calculator he is using to still want to remain in power despite being unproductive.

“His signature is no longer valid. He does not run any account of AFAN and if anyone does business with him, such person does so at his or her own risk.”According to him, only the briefcase farmers will want to work with him; the contractor farmer because the ex-president no longer has any link with farmers across the country.

Mudi, who stressed that he was validly elected as president, said the General Assembly of Farmers (GAF) conducted the poll in accordance with the provisions of AFAN’s constitution.“Although in March 4, 2020, I was nominated as caretaker chairman by the National Executive Council to oversee AFAN’s affairs pending when a new executive would be elected, I was legitimately elected this year during the meeting of the General Assembly of Farmers convened in April 9, 2021.

 “Even Kabir’s election was through the General Assembly of Farmers in 2014 and all our elections are through this medium,” he explained. He informed that when the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development intervened by calling the ex-president to order, Ibrahim resulted to blackmail.

 “The Ministry of Agriculture cautioned him and asked him to vacate the office. However, Kabir started abusing the former minister, Alhaji Mohammed Nanono. “He felt the former minister was supporting us; whereas he was only asking that the due process of law be followed because he was a witness during my election.

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 “We are working with the ministry hand-in-hand only that there are some undesirable elements among the staff that are giving Kabir some information just to misguide the public,” he said. Mudi alleged that through out Ibrahim’s reign as president of AFAN, he had no achievement to point to.

  “The only achievement I can point to Kabir as president of AFAN was siphoning farmers’ funds. “Apart from that, he has nothing to show for his five years in power; even he couldn’t purchase a small vehicle as official car for AFAN while in office.

 “During his term, AFAN had no office. So how can such a person move the association forward?  Read more: LEADERSHIP Newspaper »

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