APC membership registration panel submits report, lists troubled states

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The All Progressives Congress Membership Registration and Revalidation Appeal Committee has identified Imo, Ogun, Kwara, and Rivers states as states where the exercise recorded the highest number of challenges.

This was contained in a statement titled, “APC Membership Registration and Revalidation Exercise Appeal Committee submits Report,” in Abuja, on Thursday.

It read in part, “The APC membership registration and revalidation Appeal committee has submitted its report to the Chairman Caretaker Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee and Yobe state Governor, Mai Mala Buni.

“Secretary to the Committee and former acting National Chairman, Chief Victor Giadom, presented the report to the chairman on Thursday.

He commended the party for embarking on the exercise saying, it was a development that gave members a true sense of belonging.

According to Giadom, the exercise has provided members of the party with the ownership of the party.

“Most of the complaints forwarded to the committee were minor issues however, there is the need to look into the issues raised in Kwara, Ogun, Imo, and Rivers states.”

In response, Buni was quoted as saying, “The party will consider the recommendations made by the committee and every issue raised based on their merits.

“We all have a responsibility in rebuilding and repositioning this party to remain Nigeria’s leading political party.”

Disclaimer: The Post APC membership registration panel submits report, lists troubled states was first Published by John Alechenu on punchng.com.

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