- The All Progressives Congress has declared that the ruling party will be in the presidency for 40 years
- This position was made known the party’s interim national chairman, Mai Mala Buni in Abuja recently
- Meanwhile, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the country’s current main opposition party, once said that it would be in power for at least 60 years
In a stunning development, the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has revealed its plan to remain in power for 10 consecutive terms, an equivalent of 40 years.
This was disclosed by Mai Mala Buni during the inauguration of the 61-member Strategy and Contact Committee ahead of the 2023 general elections.
Buni said said:
“Our vision is to provide a wheel that will drive the party to go beyond 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and even 10th term of office to effectively implement the party manifesto, improve the lives of Nigerians and, to remain Nigeria’s leading political party.
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“This committee is therefore very key to our process of transition towards successful congresses and national convention and, to establish a very solid, reputable and reliable future for the party,” he said at the event held at the NEC hall of the APC headquarters in Abuja."
Recall that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the country’s current main opposition party, once said that it would be in power for at least 60 years.
APC national chairman allegedly withdraw N3bn from ‘secret’ accounts
Meanwhile, some members of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) have accused national chairman, Senator Abdullahi Adamu, of operating “secret accounts” without the resolution of the National Working Committee (NWC).
The members who were recently sacked by the national chairman also accused Adamu of disregarding the cashless policy and withdrawing the sum of N3bn from the “secret accounts.”
Adamu had, on April 22, ordered all departmental directors at the party’s headquarters in Abuja to proceed on indefinite suspension over allegations of corruption.