Nkire Debunks APC’s Disintegration

A member of the National Caucus of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), and an Abia State-born politician Chief Sam Nkire, has debunked insinuations that the ruling party was disintegrating and will tear apart before the next general elections in 2023, following the crises that have been lingering in the party.
Chief Nkire, said it was regrettable that even some senior members of the party, including some notable people who had held top positions in government, we’re making the ugly assertion.
“It is regrettable, although not totally depressing, that senior members of this party who have held top positions in this government were among the band of doom’s day prophets, wishing the party dead.”
Nkire warned that it would not be long before the party began to sanction such members who demonstrate lack of respect for the party and by implication, President Muhammamadu Buhari who is the leader of the All Progressives Congress.
He reassured Nigerians that everything politically and lawfully necessary, would be done by the leadership of the APC to boost the strength and membership of the ruling party, in the coming days.
Nkire said the focus and attention of every member or lover of APC should be on winning the governorship election in Ondo State, adding, “Edo was a painful loss, Ondo is a task that must be done.”
Meanwhile, in a related development, the All Progressives Congress (APC), has been advised to rein in its members to enable it to resolve internal crises that may arise.
The call was made at the end of a two-day Executive/Legislative retreat presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday.
The joint executive-legislative leadership retreat had the theme: ‘Promoting Effective Executive Legislative Partnership, finding a Middle Ground.’
The ruling party also advocated respect for party leadership by its membership.
This was part of the 10-point recommendation contained in the communique read by the Minister of Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Mohammed Bello at the end of the retreat in Abuja.
“The ruling political party should be encouraged to take ownership of its members to be able to reconcile them whenever conflict arises, and, members in both arms of government should show regard for the party and its leadership.”
It also called for a concrete understanding and working knowledge between both the arms of government just as it noted that an effective confidence-building measure should be put in place in the governance process to ensure mutual respect and cordial relationship between the Executive and Legislature.

One thought on “Nkire Debunks APC’s Disintegration

  • October 7, 2020 at 8:24 pm

    Good move,,we have been waiting for this for long


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