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APC Gets Abandoned After Elections – Ganduje

All Progressives Congress (APC)

All Progressives Congress (APC)

Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has come out to say that APC is still a mixture of parties.

He recently revealed this during the APC Constitution Review Meeting for the North West, under the chairmanship of Professor Tahir Mamman.

According to him, the party is yet to develop into a compound, a single and indivisible party, and he looks forward to when that will happen.

Ganduje added that he is not pleased with how the party is always abandoned after election, because that shouldn’t be the case.

His words, “Our culture in democratic practice in Nigeria is that, after elections parties are abandoned.”

“Until when another election is around the corner. But our great party, the APC, now said ‘No to this.’ Even during elections, you will see that, it is only candidates who control parties, not party leaders. We also said ‘No to this’.”

“APC, as a party, started like a mixture, ANC, ANPP, CPC, APGA, nPDP, among others. Up to now the party is still a mixture, not graduated to become a compound. With this review, we will look into that.”

”While redirecting all those appendages, we will now come to have a single and indivisible party as an entity.”

“By this constitution review meeting, we are reassessing the process and the situation. At the end of it all, we will produce a document that will control the conduct of our party people, our government at all levels and all who are involved.”

“We in Kano, we take all party issues very seriously. We have strong party caucuses at Ward, local government and state levels. And they all meet monthly.”

“We also meet with principal officers of the party from all the 44 local governments. We are sure that this process will further strengthen our internal democracy.”




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