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APC Is Collapsing, Buhari Should Not Keep Quiet – DG PGF

Muhammadu Buhari

Muhammadu Buhari

Director-General of the Progressive Governors Forum, PGF, Salihu Moh Lukman has blasted the constant leadership crisis in the National Working Committee, NWC, of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC.

He recently revealed that the silence of President Muhammadu Buhari on the matter is currently frustrating.

According to him, it is sad that APC is collapsing and Buhari is saying nothing despite the situation being traumatic for every member of the party.

He added that even if his leadership style is to ensure that the party is managed independently, there are some emergencies that will surely need his interference.

“The situation APC finds itself is very traumatic for every member. By extension, the inability of the party to find solution to the leadership crisis makes it also traumatic for all our leaders including those of them who today serve as the face of the crisis – Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, Chief Eta, Chief Giadom and their accomplices in and out of the NWC. What makes the situation more frustrating is the reticence of President Buhari in the face of what obviously could damage the legacy he will bequeath to the nation.”

“While we must celebrate the fact that his leadership style is required to ensure that the party is managed independently and, therefore, made possible for the exercise of supremacy of the party based on decisions of organs, ‘old ambition-Virus 2023’ may have weakened the capacity of the party to benefit from the commendable leadership approach of President Buhari.

“While the PDP was largely plunged into crisis by a garrison-styled leadership, which is the direct opposite of President Buhari’s approach, our current crisis may suggest wrongly that having a liberal President who provides free atmosphere to the party is responsible for the crisis facing the party. This will be a very wrong conclusion.”

“However, the question is, what further measures could be required from the President in order to ensure the emergence of a good synergy between him (President Buhari) and the party? What may be apparent is that ‘old ambition-Virus 2023’ sickness afflicting other leaders as diagnosed by Asiwaju Tinubu in March 2020 may block support to the President to resolve the crisis”.

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