- Chief Ibrahim Emokpaire has spoken about the ongoing party's congresses as well as national chairmanship of the APC
- Chief Emokpaire urged the party members not to allow the issues that happened in some state ward congresses go out of hands
- He, however, said his vision for a new Nigeria if elected as national chairman of the APC is to give the party global representation
One of the aspirants for the national chairmanship of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Chief Ibrahim Emokpaire has cautioned the members of the party over issues in some of the ongoing congresses.
Daily Trust reports that Emokpaire made this known at his campaign headquarters in Abuja when a Diaspora group, Professionals Solidarity Forum led by Prince Jide Akinjobi, paid him a solidarity visit.
He noted that his vision for a new Nigeria if elected as national chairman of the APC is to give the party global representation, and by extension, shore up the image of Nigeria amongst the comity of nations.
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He, however, his exposure, experience, expertise and exemplary vision would usher in a new era of fresh ideas for the APC if elected national chairman.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that the chairman, senate committee on finance, John Eno who said the Saturday’s All Progressives Congress nationwide ward congresses did not hold in Cross River added that some individuals within state chapter of the APC were planning to hijack the party structure.
Eno who made this known on Monday, May 7, in Abuja asked the party’s leadership not to believe any contrary report.
According to him, “It will be shameful if any delegates’ list and elected people come out of last Saturday’s exercise in Cross River when result sheets and other materials are in safe custody of the police. "
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