The leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has inaugurated congress committees for the state chapters of the party.
The National Secretary of the party’s caretaker committee, Senator John Akpanudoedehe, inaugurated the committees at the APC National Headquarters, on Wednesday.
On behalf of the Chairman of the caretaker committee and Governor of Yobe State, Mai Mala Buni, the party secretary asked the committee members to keep the interest of the party at heart.
Akpanudoedehe also urged the members to work for the success of the party, adding that the unity of the APC also depends on the outcome of the congress.
He said, “I urge you to keep the interest of the party first and foremost within your hearts. The success of this exercise depends so much on you, the unity of our party also depends on the outcome and the outcome essentially depends on your handling of issues and the overall conduct of the exercise. ,,
“Do not forget that the CECPC reserves the power to recall the team or any of its members whose conduct is below expectation, after all, he who hires, can also fire.
“You’ve been urged to encourage consensus arrangements, where possible. Article 20 of our party’s constitution and the guidelines for the congresses shall be your guide.”
Delivering a message from the National Chairman, the party scribe berated members for granting interviews without exploring the internal mechanism of conflict resolution.
He said, “May I also offer some words from our National Chairman and Governor of Yobe State Mai Mala Buni for our party faithful, he said that I should remind our party members through this avenue, that a political party is an organisation of persons who have subscribed to the ideals and rules of the group, and such rules include internal mechanisms for handling and solving disputes.
“Therefore, the practice of running to the public space without exploring the internal mechanism of conflict resolutions is not only unhealthy but an affront to the constitution of the party. So, going forward, it should be stopped.”