- The National Reconciliation Committee of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has been reconstituted
- Reports claim that this done in view of stopping a possible implosion within the ranks of the party
- Specifically, the committee would reconcile, harmonize, integrate and unite members of the ruling party
The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has reconstituted its National Reconciliation Committee.
This is targeted at reconciling all aggrieved stakeholders ahead of its national convention, Vanguard reports.
The caretaker committee of the party says the National Reconciliation Committee to reconcile emerging misunderstandings and differences which might arise from the outcome of the congresses.
According to the chairman of the party, the committee would reconcile, harmonize, integrate and unite members of the party.
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“It is also expected to resolve real or seeming differences and to cement all cracks for us to approach the National Convention with a united front."
Buni added that the South East geo-political zone, hitherto referred to as the stronghold of opposition parties, is gradually melting into the APC and increasing the fortunes of APC to remain Nigeria’s leading political party.
“The Membership Registration and Revalidation Exercise carried out by the party is of course, another major milestone achievement for the party. It was a crucial tool in the recovery of the party. Over 40 million members were registered while the process is still on-going.
‘’It provided existing and new members with a sense of belonging and ownership of the party. I congratulate all stakeholders, women and youth for the active roles they played towards the success of the exercise."
Not too young to run: 35-year-old APC chieftain joins presidential race
In another report, Aminu Saidu, a Kano state-born politician, has declared his intention to contest for the 2023 presidency on the platform of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).
The 35-year-old said he is contesting in line with the ‘Not too young to run’ law which encourages young politicians to contest elections in the country.
Legit.ng gathers that the presidential aspirant is a graduate of Economics from the Bayero University Kano (BUK).Saidu expressed optimism that Nigerians and his party members would support his aspiration.