In a recent statement made by Sergius Ogun, a former Chairman of the House Committee on FCT, he expressed his views on the leadership selection process within the All Progressives Congress (APC). Ogun suggested that the party should have adopted a zoning approach rather than nominating specific individuals for key positions in the National Assembly (NASS).
Taking to their official Twitter handle, Channels Television reported Ogun's remarks, which garnered attention and sparked debates among political observers and party members. According to Ogun, the APC could have avoided unnecessary tension and discord by implementing a zoning system that would have clearly defined which regions or zones should occupy particular leadership roles within the NASS.
The former Chairman argued that by adopting a zoning strategy, the party would have fostered unity and inclusivity, ensuring that all regions of the country have a fair representation in the highest legislative body. Ogun's statement comes at a time when the APC is in the process of finalizing its leadership positions in the NASS, and his suggestion has ignited discussions about the party's decision-making process.
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