2023 : Adamawa New APC Chairman Assumes Duty, Charge Members to Work For Party’s Victory At Polls.
From Umar Dankano,Yola.
Stakeholders and members of the All Progressives Congress, APC have been charged to work assiduously in unison to ensure the party’s emerge victorious in the 2023 general elections in Adamawa state and country at large.
Acting Chairman of the party in the state, Samaila Tadawus gave the charge while addressing the party’s executives and stakeholders in Yola weekend saying that a new chapter has just begun with the resignation of the former chairman, Ibrahim Bilal and that all hands must be on deck to move the party forward.
Tadawus promised to operate an open door policy in making decisions regarding the development of the party in the state.
Tadawus opined that lack of transparency and internal democracy threw the party in to the crisis noting his administration will not tolerate any act of indiscipline and corruption.
He also warned that decisive action awaits erring members no matter how highly place one could be.
“I’m now the legitimate chairman of the party after my position has been ratified by the national secretariat of the party. So I’m assuming leadership of our great Party in acting capacity following the resignation of my immediate predecessor, Ibrahim Bilal.
“I wish to assure you that I will run the party with a deep sense of commitment, passion and fear of God knowing fully that these attributes are what the party desperately needs now.
“I urge all our party comrades to put the events of the past weeks behind and come together as one indivisible party to confront the daunting task of sending the PDP out of government house come 2023”.Tadawus stated.
Most of the party men and women, who spoke at the occasion held at the party’s secretariat welcomed the new chairman pledging to support and cooperate with his leadership for success at the 2023 polls.
It could be recalled that the party was engulfed in to leadership tussle due to alleged gross misconduct, maladministration and corruption of the embattled sacked chairman, Ibrahim Bilal.