Kwara APC Faction Call for Removal of Gov AbdulRazaq from Anambra Party’s Reconciliation Com’t


    Factional All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kwara state on Tuesday call on Gov Mai Mala Buni led party caretaker/extraordinary convention planing committee to remove Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq from party reconciliation committee in Anambra state.

    Addressing a press conference in Ilorin under the aegis of Concerned Youth Stakeholders on, spokesperson of the group, Comrade Mustapha Mohammed said the Governor’s inclusion in the reconciliation committee was a wrong choice.

    According to him, “Can a man give what he doesn’t have”. How will it be possible for a character famous for causing disunity and disharmony in the APC chapter of his own home state be saddled with the responsibility of instituting peace in another State Chapter.

    “His nomination is a wrong choice but for Governor Sanwo-Olu leading the team”, he added.

    He said “the APC has known no peace in the state since the governor joined the party “to the extent that the goodwill we enjoyed prior to the 2019 elections has been recklessly squandered”

    “The governor is no longer in a good standing to lead the party to electoral victory in the state. But surprisingly, the scramble for illusory 2nd term tickets is the reason for this needless and unending crisis”.

    Mohammed said “a house divided against itself cannot stand adding that the party cannot approach the electorate with disunity and go to polls with one voice in 2023.”

    They however declared their unalloyed support for the Minister and Bashir Omolaja Bolarinwa as the chairman of the party.

    It pointed out that the few others within and outside the state who are in collaboration with the Governor are only aiding and abetting him to destabilise and destroy our party in the state.

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