APC Inaugurates Ward Congress Appeal Committees


The Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Caretaker/Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee (CECPC), Governor Mai Mala Buni on Wednesday inaugurated Appeal Committees for the recently-conducted Ward Congresses.

The CECPC Secretary, Sen. John James Akpanudoedehe conducted the inauguration at Buhari House, the APC National Secretariat on behalf of Governor Buni.

Sen. Akpanudoedehe’s remarks:

“Dear Party Leaders, on behalf of the Chairman of the Caretaker Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee, H.E HON. MAI MALA BUNI, I welcome you to the National Secretariat of our great Party and to this very important occasion.

“In the past few days, the media space has been filled with commentaries on the Supreme Court judgment in Jegede v. Akeredolu, with persons who should know better, coming out with very malicious and self-serving opinions, just to play on the gullibility of the public, while forgetting that our party is made up of very intelligent, sound and intellectually proficient persons who have seen beneath their grandstanding.

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“The majority judgment of the Supreme Court has strengthened the position of the CECPC and our Chairman. The minority judgment serves only for academic purposes, nothing more.

“The Attorney General of the federation is the chief law officer of the federation has stated that we are on firm ground and advised that we proceed with the processes of the Congresses.

“The Progressives Governors Forum through their extensive legal apparatchik have x-rayed the generality of the issue in their meeting of 8/8/2021 and have re-affirmed their support to the CECPC and urged the CECPC to proceed with the Congresses as scheduled.

“It is trite to note that, the Congresses to produce our party organs across had commenced on the 31st of July, 2021 and you will agree with me that it went substantially well.

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“However, it is expected that where ever and whenever there’s a competition, of course, there is bound to be contestations.

“Therefore as an organization based on rules and procedures, avenues and channels must be provided for party members who are dissatisfied with the processes, to ventilate their grievances through an internal mechanism, hence this Wards Congresses Appeals Committee in the circumstance of this exercise.

“This party is for all Nigerians, therefore we must show, not only by words, but by concrete actions that there’s no attempt to exclude or sideline anybody in the course of the exercise. This is very fundamental, not only to the Caretaker Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee, but to the preservation of the very essence of the Party.

“Your actions in this wise will help engender cohesion, build trust and confidence in this all important exercise.

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“Today, you have been entrusted with one of the most solemn obligations of citizenship which is to help deepen our democratisation processes and strengthen the polity.

“You all were carefully selected based on your proven records. We trust in your strength of character, your integrity and your capacity to be fair in your dealings to those who approach your committees.

“The Chairman had directed that I remind all party members that this is a family affair, hence differences should be handled with the understanding that no dispute is worth the destruction of the house you jointly erected.

“The partys guidelines for the exercise and the constitution shall be your guide. The terms of reference shall be made available hereafter.

“I wish you all the very best in this endeavor.”

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