Buni threatens to deal with anyone who tries to hijack APC registration exercise

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Chairman national caretaker committee of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Mai  Mala Buni, has reiterated that the party would not condone any act of sabotage in the upcoming nationwide membership registration and revalidation exercise.

 Buni, who stated this Wednesday while inaugurating  the national committee for membership/revalidation exercise at the national secretariat of the party, stressed that the party would deal decisively with anyone or group who attempt hijacking the exercise.

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“Let me make it abundantly clear that the party would not condone any act of sabotage of denying anyone or group of persons from registering. Everyone must be allowed and given the chance to register,” he averred.

The APC chairman assured that at the end of the exercise, every member of the party would have the privilege of getting registered as an APC member, and to have a sense of belonging as a member of the party.

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Buni expressed confidence that the party’s figures in the register would surge into quadruples or even more, to further prove that APC is indeed Nigeria’s largest and leading political party.

Speaking, chairman of the committee, Niger State governor, Abubakar Sanni Bello, assured of the committee’s commitment  to work day and night to ensure that the party hold a successful registration.

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Source: Nigerian Pilot

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