- APC will eventually belong to the ruling All Progressives Congress, Wamakko has declared
- The former governor also urged the people of the state to be part of the party's registration exercise
- Going further, he claimed the party was robbed in the last governorship election in the state
The leader of All Progressive Congress (APC) in Sokoto state, Senator Aliyu Wammako, has assured the state will return to the fold of the party in 2023 election.
Wamakko, who is the immediate past governor of the state stated this, on Sunday, while flagging off the registration and revalidation of the party exercise in the state.
While calling on the party members in the state to urgently key into the registration process which he described as the first step that should be taken by all party faithful.
He assured the party leaders who came to Sokoto for the registration that with the process, the state is surely coming back to the fold of the party.
According to him, “I want to remind you that even in the last general election, the party won the election in the state but was robbed.
“I am assuring you that Sokoto State belongs to APC, and we are doing everything humanly possible to return the party to where it truly belongs” he added.
Meanwhile, Professor Saleh Muhammad-led committee from Abuja enjoin every party faithful in the state that the registration process will go hitch-free.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that following the reconciliation of the two factions of APC in Zamfara state members have shelved their differences and collapsed the ruling party into one structure.
In light of this, Abdulazeez Yari, former Zamfara state governor, has been picked as the party's new state leader, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
Mikailu Barau, a chieftain of the party, made the disclosure in an 11-point resolution on Sunday, February 7, at the end of a meeting in Kaduna state.
In another report, Legit.ng reported that some chieftains of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) have maintained that nothing would stop Governor Bello Matawalle's re-election in 2023 following the reconciliation between two factional groups of the APC in Zamfara state.
The PDP which is the ruling party in the state said the decision of the APC factions to unite would not affect its fortunes during the next general elections.
Some PDP loyalists who reacted to the development, however, said the reconciliation would not affect their party in the 2023 general elections.
Source: Legit Nigeria