Adamawa APC Loyalist Says Party Remains Hope Of Nigerians, Calls For Unity


    By KATO P. LADAN, Kaduna

    An Adamawa All Progressives Congress (APC) ardent follower, Hon Shehu Audu has said that despite the internal crisis that rocked the ruling party, it is still a big party holding the hope and good destiny of Nigerians.

    The party stalwart maintained that in a democratic setting, a party’s crisis is inevitable and is normal as there is always a collision of divergence interests by party loyalists.

    Shehu however said that he is happy that the APC has come out refined, regimented and stronger than it was at the aftermath of the internal squabbles.

    He added that  since the APC within a short time,  reached this level of compromise, the hope of many young party supporters like him is no longer bleak.

    According to him, it is normal for a political party to have all sorts of misunderstanding as it is an interest that’s the driving force of all party members.

    “I am happy my party, APC the ruling party is growing up out of the internal crisis, in this country we have seen parties being plundered into many factions and still struggling to survive by the effects of many years ago party’s internal combustions.

    ” For APC within a short while the party bounced back to take her place of leadership as a ruling party, I see it as a promising party that is holding the destiny of the country, especially to we young party loyalists,” Shehu said.

    Hon Audu, a one time State House of Assembly aspirant of Mayo Belwa Constituency of Adamawa State, however, called for  enduring unity, fair play and internal cohesion in the party.

    According to him, when this is achieved, peace will permeate the party system that will be hard for any party to take over from APC.

    In a passionate appeal, he called on the stakeholders at the national level to unite in the interest of the party ‘s younger generation supporters as they are the future Destiny of the party.

    To stakeholders in Adamawa State, he solicited for a thorough reconciliation committees void of sentiments to be set up to go on one on one peace-seeking.

    “I’m begging on my political Fathers in Adamawa State to as a matter of party consolidation and reclaiming back our mandate in 2023 to please forgive us and forgive one another.

    ” I’m saying this because I’m not really comfortable with the level of peaceful coexistence among us. I want to see you calling and canvassing for meetings, let me see my Fathers and elders Brothers Like Babachir David Lawal, Boss Mustapha, Nuhu Ribadu, Muhammad Umaru Jibrilla Bindow, Aishatu Binani, Halilu Modi, Abdulrazak Namdas, Engr Marcus Gunduri and numerous people too many to mention parleying around in the interest of our party in the state.” Audu added


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