Alhaji Hassan Sheriff, a stakeholder of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Bauchi state, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to intervene in the party primaries’ crises in the state.

Sheriff, who made the call in a news conference in Bauchi on Tuesday, said that the President’s intervention would also ensure that members of the party across the country elect their choices as executives.

According to the APC steward, if the President could intervene, nobody would be able to impose any leadership as against the wishes of the party members, adding that many anomalies would also be corrected in time.

He also called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to always be vigilant and monitor party primaries at all times.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) recalled that Sheriff had sought an interim injunction from Bauchi High Court 2 to restrain the state APC and APC Extended Stakeholders’ Committee from parading the newly-elected officials of the party in the state as its executive officers.

In the suit filed before the court, Sheriff, who contested the seat of the state chairman of the party in the recent elections which saw the emergence of two parallel chairmen, sought for court injunction against the defendants, alleging that he was denied from being voted for.

A court order on Thursday restrained Babayo Misau from parading himself as the chairman of the party in the state.

The order with suit no: BA/294/2021, signed by the Assistant Registrar of the Court, Dalhatu Haruna, and dated 2nd December, 2021, was granted after Barrister H.B. Ghide and Barrister Zainab Zwall moved the motion.

The court also restrained 36 others from parading themselves as executives of the APC in the state while the case was adjourned till December 13, 2021. for hearing.