The All Progressives Congress (APC) has refuted claims of an internal crisis, responding to recent developments within the party.
The resignations of Abdullahi Adamu as national chairman and Iyiola Omisore as national secretary had sparked speculations about upheaval within the APC….CONTINUE READING
Adamu’s failure to account for over N30 billion from the sale of nomination forms was cited as the primary reason for his removal, while Omisore faced accusations of mismanaging campaign funds in Osun state.
Abubakar Kyari has assumed the role of acting chairman, and Festus Fuanter is now acting as the national secretary, but the permanent holders for these positions remain a subject of speculation.
Rumors suggest that Umar Ganduje, former governor of Kano, is President Bola Tinubu’s preferred candidate for the chairmanship, while Gboyega Oyetola, former governor of Osun, and Ajibola Basiru, spokesperson for the ninth senate, are reportedly in contention for the national secretary post.
In response, Felix Morka, the APC national publicity secretary, issued a statement on Saturday asserting that there is no crisis within the party.
Morka emphasized that the APC stands united, strong, dynamic, resilient, and progressive. He highlighted that the resignations of Adamu and Omisore demonstrate the party’s institutional maturity and the quality of its leadership, which prioritizes the best interests of the party above personal egos and ambitions….CONTINUE READING