No More Destructive Interference in State Chapters, Says APC

By medderlee • 2 weeks ago • 1484 views • 555 comments

The Chairman of the Caretaker/Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Governor of Yobe State, Mai Mala Buni, has said that his committee has created a level-playing ground for all party members, and has allowed the state chapters to run affairs of the party in their domain without unnecessary and destructive interference.

This, he said, has ushered in a much-needed regime of internal democracy within the party, as was obvious in the handling of the various primary elections that were coordinated in the last few months by the caretaker committee.

Buni has also told the state chairmen of the ruling party that his committee is already strategising on the national membership registration exercise and urged them to commence the procedure for full sensitisation and the needed awareness for a successful membership registration exercise in their various states.

The Yobe State governor disclosed these yesterdays during a meeting with the state chairmen of the party at the national secretariat in Abuja.

He stressed that having taken over the management of the party’s affairs in the circumstances familiar to all party members a few months ago, the committee has taken and implemented a number of open-door policies to revamp and improve the lots of the party both internally and with respect to the party’s integrity and acceptance nationally.

Buni added that this has led to a number of positive results, which include the resolution of several internal disputes in several state chapters of the party.

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