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APC Governors Throw Weight Behind Ajimobi-Led NWC


Governors of the All Progressivs Congress have thrown their weight behind the National Working Committe led by former Oyo State Governor, Abiola Ajimobi.

This was revealed by the Director General of the Progressive Governors’ Forum (PGF) Dr. Salihu Moh’d Lukman in a statement in Abuja.

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“For the avoidance of doubt, HE Sen. Ajimobi is a respected founding member of the Forum. Any day and anytime, H.E Sen. Ajimobi will enjoy the fraternal support of all Progressive Governors,” he said.
He maintained that members of the forum have been so concerned about the leadership crisis rocking the party, stressing the Governors are all individually and collectively committed to the development of the party.

He disclosed that the governors have reached some consensus on the problems affecting the party as contained in the resolutions of the emergency teleconference meeting of June 13, 2020.

According to him: “Part of the resolutions, which was made public include collectively working to ensure strengthening fair and democratic internal party mechanism for the selection of party candidates in all Elections.”

Lukman maintainedd the governors are more United and committed to ensuring that the NWC function as a united organ of the party based on which it is able to make provisions of the APC constitution functional.
He also debunked claims that the governors are divided, saying, “It will be downgrading to attempt to project HE Sen. Ajimobi as a factional leader of the NWC.”

While expressing optimism of resolution of the leadership crisis, Lukman said: “APC will overcome all its current leadership challenges; Progressive Governors and all APC leaders will emerge strongly united,” he stated.

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