Ex-Governor, Abdullahi Adamu heads APC national reconciliation committee

Ex-Governor, Abdullahi Adamu heads APC national reconciliation committee

On Monday, Hon. Mai Mala Buni, the Chairman of the APC Caretaker Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee and the Governor of Yobe State, inaugurated the APC National Reconciliation Committee, which is chaired by Sen. Abdullahi Adamu, a former Governor of Nasarawa State, and tasked with resolving all differences among members.

Buni’s Director General of Press and Media Affairs, Mamman Mohammed, issued a statement that was made available to journalists.

Despite the fact that the caretaker committee had reconciled the majority of the members, Buni believes the outcome of the ward and local government congresses may have caused some fresh divisions that need to be addressed.

He explained that the committee’s goal is to reconcile all divisions and seal all gaps in order to present a united front at the national convention.

The conclusion of the committee’s task, he claims, will have a significant impact on the party’s National Convention.

Gov. Buni praised the party’s stakeholders for their contributions and sacrifices in helping the party rediscover itself following the NEC resolution of June 25, 2020, which ended the mandate of the Oshiomhole-led National Working Committee.

He claimed that the party has reached a watershed moment in membership registration and revalidation, allowing people to claim ownership of the party.

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The Chairman of the Reconciliation Committee, Sen. Abdullahi Adamu while responding, commended the Chairman Caretaker committee for finding him and members of the committee worthy of service to the party.

He assured that the committee will strive to achieve the goals for which it was constituted, while soliciting for more support from the caretaker committee and all party stakeholders to facilitate the success of the committee.

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