2023: APC panel storms Kwara over party crisis, meet aggrieved members

The Appeal Panel on the registration and revalidation exercise set up by the national leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has visited aggrieved members of the party in Kwara State even as it pleaded to carry all parties along going forward.
Led by Hon. Farouk Adamu Aliyu, the team during a meeting with the Governor on Friday said the visit was to appease those who felt cut off from the registration/revalidation exercise in the state and ensure the resolution of the issue.
He said, “We are here mandated by the national headquarters as appeal committee on the registration and revalidation exercise of our great party. The national chairman insisted that Kwara state, being what it is to our dear party, should be the first port of call for us to come and interact with aggrieved persons who feel they were not allowed to register or they do not get registered.
“We met with them and the discussion was very fruitful. We appealed to them that they should come and register and assured them that this committee is set up to settle family affairs, because we are all members of the APC. We also interacted with the caretaker committee chairman who assured us that anybody willing to register will be allowed to register”, Aliyu added.
Speaking during the visit however, Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq lauded the exercise adding that “I am glad to say that registration has been done and has been done well. It is an ongoing exercise.
“We are glad to have this party committee in Kwara. Nobody will be left behind in this registration. I am also glad to say that the total number of registered party members as of today has exceeded the number of voters in the last elections for presidential and gubernatorial.
AbdulRazaq thanked President Muhammadu Buhari and the APC National Caretaker Committee Chairman for the initiative, adding that the registration/revalidation process would increase the numerical strength of the party and reposition it for victories in future polls.

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