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2023: What happened in 2015 won't repeat itself, you're all on your own — APC tell aspirants

The party said those counting on Buhari to win 2023 elections will be disappointed.

Thursday, July 23, 2020

/ by National Pivot

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has finally attested the waning popularity of President Muhammadu Buhari whose administration has so far failed to live up to the expectation of Nigerians.

The Party through the Secretary of its National Caretaker Committee, Senator John Udoedehe, has warned that the Buhari effect which saw mass victory for APC aspirants in the 2015, won't work anymore in 2023.

He therefore, tasked members on grassroots mobilisation and vigorous campaigns at the grassroots, as key to ensuring that the APC retained power beyond 2023.

Udoedehe made the call , while hosting a coalition of APC support groups, led by Mr Frank Ossai, at the APC National Secretariat on Wednesday in Abuja.

He said the party had resolved to reconcile aggrieved members nationwide in the effort to remain a big force to reckon with.

Udoedehe advised members of the support group to engage in grassroots politics to remain relevant as Buhari’s integrity would not serve as cover to anyone in 2023.

“In 2023, the personality of President Buhari will not be replicated.

“So we need you and other support groups. We need to do something about it.

“Owing to your contributions to the party, we will integrate and reconcile aggrieved members to ensure that they are part of the party system,” he said.

Udoedehe added that the APC National Caretaker Committee headed by Yobe State Governor Mai Mala Buni would address the issues of lack of reward system in the party.

Earlier, Ossai, whose members were aggrieved over alleged non-inclusion in the APC activities, urged the party to reward members by first, engaging them in the forthcoming Edo and Ondo states governorship election campaigns.

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