- APC's internal crisis in Jigawa may cause it to lose the state in 2023
- This is the position of Governor Muahammadu Badaru on Friday, December 25
- However, Badaru said he will not be in regret if this happens having been financially established in business
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The governor of Jigawa, Muhammadu Badaru, on Friday, December 25, said that the prolonged internal rivalry in the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state will lead to losses for the party.
In fact, Governor Badaru said that the APC may lose Jigawa during the 2023 general elections if nothing fast is done about its factional crisis, Premium Times reports.
The governor said that if things eventually get to that state, he will have no regrets because he actually has nothing to lose as an established businessman.
Badaru made this remark while inaugurating the caretaker committee of the party's state chapter.
He, therefore, called on all warring members of the party to sheath their swords, embrace each other.
"...if we allow our personal interest to influence our collective interest, I am assuring we are going to lose and by then my tenure would have elapsed.
“I am a businessman, I can travel all over the world without even holding a bag except for convenience.”
Meanwhile, the APC had announced the dissolution of all state, zonal and national structures of the party.
The party made the announcement on Tuesday, December 8, at an emergency meeting held at the presidential villa in Abuja.
The move was part of the decision reached by the National Executive Council (NEC) of the party.
President Buhari who attended the meeting said the Mala Buni caretaker committee had succeeded in bringing a new atmosphere of hope to the party.
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