The All Progressive Congress, Cross River Chapter has reportedly ordered three million bunches of brooms for the new members. This was made known in a statement by the party's publicity secretary for Cross River State. Bassey Ita disclosed that this is done in a bid to address the scarcity of brooms following the intake of new members. Broom is known to be APC's emblem and there has been a reported decrease in its number after the defection of Governor Ben Ayade from PDP. The party has now requested 3 million bunches of brooms from local broom makers so as to curb this issue.
See how people are reacting to this.
- The brooms will cost 100 billion naira. Ask them.
- Let them keep sweeping.
- Let them pay workers first.
- Soon we will have a party that will raise fowl as its symbol.
- This money will empower like 15 Nigerian youths with handwork.
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