Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Politics




Nigeria politics

What A Former Northern Governor Said About APC Chairmanship That Uche Secondus Should Take Note Of

On the news today, Sen. Ali Modu Sheriff, a past governor of Borno and an All Progressives Congress (APC) National Chairmanship contender, has asserted that the party needs a “rugged“ national chairman to oversee its affairs ahead of the 2023 general elections.

He explained this while talking to news reporters on Sunday in Abuja on his aspirations and schemes for the APC if he emerged the successive national chairman, pinpointing that he was not fresh to the party.

Sheriff explained that he had been running around the nation, making consultations and communicating with executives of the party of his motives and aspirations.

He pointed out that the APC as a political party was about six-and-a-half years, indicating that it was a variety of different political parties.

Sheriff said the APC required individuals who had worked in distinct capacities, augmenting that there was a desire to erect bridges across the country.

He said though the APC was only six years in administration, its goal was to be in government for the following 30 to 40 years.

He, nevertheless, remarked that fulfilling such an aspiration would not arrive on the platter of gold, but with arduous work and devotion of party members.

Why Uche Secondus Need To Take Note Of The Former Governor's Advice

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will vote for fresh leaders at its national convention scheduled for October 30 and 31 in Abuja. Unless Uche Secondus orchestrates a remarkable comeback there, the event will terminate his turbulent reign as the national chairman of the party. Secondus needs to listen to what Sen. Ali Modu Sheriff said about party chairmanship. He needs to work on himself and also grow his relationship with the various leaders in the party nationwide just as Sen. Ali Sheriff has said. Sheriff said their party (APC) needs someone rugged politically, the same thing applies to the People's Democratic Party. Uche Secondus need to be politically rugged if he wants to maintain the seat of the national chairman.

Uche Secondus should start running around while there is still time, to consult people who will work with him.

Content created and supplied by: BallingPoint (via Opera News )

APC Abuja Ali Modu All Progressives Congress Borno


Load app to read more comments