Abe who had walked out of the APC stakeholders meeting with his supporters at the party's state secretariat, on Wednesday, told journalists that he was surprised to see odd faces seated among members of the State Executive Committee, SEC.
The Kano State Deputy Governor, Hafiz Abubakar, was also not sighted at the Saturday's ward congress in his Mandawari ward of Gwale Local Government Area.
Also speaking on the congress, an APC chieftain, Nuhu Ribadu, said he was at the party secretariat with other stakeholders on fact finding mission regarding the congress.
The Senator, who is also an APC governorship aspirant in the 2019 general election, said the leadership of the party in the state went against the guidelines of the ward congress by refusing to allow party members to participate in the exercise.
It described the development as a fight against internal democracy in the APC and called on the national leadership of the party to intervene to save the party's internal democracy.
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The statement read in part: "Our party values the life of every single Nigerian and we implore all contenders, including political parties, to eschew desperation for power, especially in the face of loss of popularity and public support due to performance issues. He was not a candidate at the ward level, so he did not need to be physically present".
Dogo, however, thanked the security agencies, party faithful and the Independent National Electoral Commission, who were on the ground to monitor the elections in all the centres of the state.
A member of the party who does not want to be quoted told our correspondent at Ejeme-Aniogor that most of the party leaders were able to reach a consensus, adding however that "since the harmonised list appear not to have favoured some bigwigs who are eying elective offices in the 2019 election, they made a decision to organise their own congresses in some wards in Aniocha South where they feel that they have some presence".
"As we mourn with the bereaved family of Mr. Jermiah Aghoveta and indeed all Deltans, over this sad and unnecessary death, we pray the good Lord to give his immediate family and relatives the fortitude to bear the loss and the grace and divine provision to carry on without him in the months and years to come".