Dear Sebastian, the problem that the station patch was backported
already but wrongly. I have just fixed in this package

This is coming from change log

wpa (2:2.6-15ubuntu1) bionic; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian unstable.  Remaining changes:
    - debian/patches/wpa_service_ignore-on-isolate.patch: add
      IgnoreOnIsolate=yes so that when switching "runlevels" in oem-config
      will not kill off wpa and cause wireless to be unavailable on first
    - debian/patches/session-ticket.patch: disable the TLS Session Ticket
      extension to fix auth with 802.1x PEAP on some hardware.
    - debian/patches/android_hal_fw_path_change.patch: add a DBus method
      for requesting a firmware change when working with the Android HAL;
      this is used to set a device in P2P or AP mode; conditional to
      CONFIG_ANDROID_HAL being enabled.
    - debian/config/wpasupplicant/linux: enable CONFIG_ANDROID_HAL.
    - debian/control: Build-Depends on android-headers to get the required
      wifi headers for the HAL support.
    - debian/patches/dbus-available-sta.patch: Make the list of connected
      stations available on DBus for hotspot mode; along with some of the
      station properties, such as rx/tx packets, bytes, capabilities, etc.

Up you have the patch that break the package. I just made it working
properly patch the package

  * Updated debian/patches/dbus-available-sta.patch for new getter API

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  Broken dbus GetAll message to wpa supplicant interface properties

Status in wpa package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  dbus-send is able to read the properties of interface using GetAll. Those 
information include interface name, status, encryption method, etc. 
  The regression was introduced when someone try to have the Station attribute 

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