From Teryima Ajijah, Jos
The North Central Zonal Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Alhaji Mu’azu Bawa, has expressed worries that some members of the party are sabotaging its efforts through anti-party activities.
The APC north central zonal chairman made the disclosure at a one-day consultative/familiarization visit to Plateau State, held at Lamonde Hotel, Jos, on Friday.
Alhaji Mu’azu noted sadly that some persons within the party have engaged in anti-party activities, sabotaging its efforts towards success.
“Some members of our party are APC in the day time, at night they belong to another political party, but not to worry, we have devised a means of dealing with such people,” he said.
Speaking on possible successes of the party towards 2023 polls, the APC zonal chairman charged every leader of the party at all levels to work hard in winning the election in their respective locations.
The APC party stalwart said people will be rewarded according to the level of their commitments towards party activities “any leader who fails to deliver his or her unit will be shown the way out,” he added.
Commenting on the quality and calibre of APC candidates paraded by the party in the state for the 2023 general elections, Alhaji Mu’azu said the party is already heading to victory.
Earlier, Plateau State Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Rufus Bature, appreciated the zonal leaders for the visit to the state, and said it has strengthened the party.
Bature said APC is waxing strong in the state, and he is optimistic that they will be victorious at the general elections.
In his address, the gubernatorial candidate of the APC in Plateau State, Dr Nentawe Yilwatdat, told the zonal chairman that the party had resolved some of the litigation challenges that befell the party after primaries.
Dr Yilwatdat said most aspirants, who earlier sued the party have withdrawn their cases against APC, except for a few.
The APC gubernatorial candidate had during an interview with journalists before commencement of the event said his administration shall focus on economic development of the state when elected governor.
Dr Yilwatdat noted sadly that there was an increase in poverty index of Plateau State, due to persistent civil unrest, which the present administration has focused attention on.