APC clarifies furore over campaign council list

APC clarifies furore over campaign council list

The All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council (PCC) says the 422 member-list released at the weekend is not conclusive.

Mr Bayo Onanuga, Director, Media and Publicity of the council said this in a statement on Monday, September 26, in Abuja.

He said the list contained only the directors, deputy directors, secretaries of directorates and other key stakeholders.

“Some of the nominees of our governors have emerged as part of the leadership, while others will soon emerge as members of the various directorates.

“No name is left out of the lists,” he said.

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Meanwhile, for the All Progressives Congress (APC); or the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) to extend their hold on power during the general elections of 2023; according to African Democratic Congress (ADC) presidential candidate Dumebi Kachikwu, would be “inhuman, unholy, wicked, and disgusting.”

At the same time, he advised Nigerians not to support the PDP or APC; claiming that both parties have made matters worse for the country’s citizens.

In a statement released by his campaign office in Abuja, on Sunday, September 25, 2022; Kachikwu said that the two parties have mismanaged the nation for the past 20 years; leaving Nigerians severely poor and elevating the nation to the title of “poverty capital of the world.”

He said that the two parties are synonymous with greed, avarice, corruption, and cluelessness; therefore, should no longer be entrusted with the task of managing the rich human and material resources of a potentially great country like Nigeria.

Further, he bemoaned the fact that the nation has continued to trail behind in all development metrics since 1999; particularly when the PDP came to office and held it until it was replaced by the APC in 2015.

In addition, Kachikwu charged that both parties were responsible for the collapse of the economy; as well as the impoverishment of Nigerians, whose daily living conditions were getting worse and worse.

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