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Aisha Alhassan, Nigeria's former Minister of Women's Affairs, has picked up items donated to the Secretariat of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Taraba State.

After retiring from the party after she was disqualified on the APC platform for the state governorship card, "Mama Taraba", as she is popularly known, removed carpets, computer systems, tables, etc. from the State Secretariat and insisted that "APC deserves nothing from me".

At Aaron Artimas, APC Publicity Secretary, California, Aaron Artimas said, "We find this development shameful, but unfortunately it's true, the former minister emptied the office she set up when she was a member of the APC.

"It's amazing for us because Aisha Alhassan was the party's highest beneficiary in the state, it's a very shameful action, but we'll leave it to the conscience."

However, Alhassan denied physically removing the items, but said she supported those who did so because the party did not deserve them.

Their words: "I bought the things with my money, and when my boys told me they were removing them from the party secretariat, I gave them the green light because the APC does not deserve anything from me.

"I could not bring the items to Abuja, I only nodded my boys to pull them out, because the APC was evil for me, if I had left the party on my own, I would not have taken care of the stuff, but you know the circumstances that have driven me out.

"I bought the things to set up the party secretariat, but since I moved to the UDP, I have not seen anything wrong with getting rid of all my belongings and buying their own furniture for the offices."

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