Leadership of the All Progressives Congress in Sokoto State said it has commenced “reconciling” the party members in an effort to promote the strength and unity of the APC.
Deputy National Treasurer of the APC, Usman Danmadamin-Isa, briefed the press on Thursday at a news conference in Sokoto.
“We met with Gov. Aliyu Wamakko and his members on Wednesday. All members are equal stakeholders in the party and nobody can foreclose the entry of anybody into the party,” he said.
Mr. Danmadamin-Isa said that the efforts to reconcile the party members were aimed at ensuring a formidable and united APC in Sokoto State.
He said that the meeting with the governor was attended by other stalwarts of the defunct political parties that merged to form the APC.
“Governor Wamakko is the leader of the APC in Sokoto State, based on the Aminu-Masari report. The report states that whenever a governor defects to the APC, he automatically becomes the leader of the party.”
Mr. Danmadamin-Isa said that the party’s leadership had resolved to make the APC stronger and united across the country.
“That’s why we are directed to come to Sokoto to resolve the party members’ differences and reconcile them,” he added.
He stressed said that the APC was a disciplined party, adding that its members would continue to be loyal and law-abiding.
Source: Premium Times