Begin Reconciliation, True Internal Democracy, Urges Adamu’s NWC – Blueprint Newspapers Limited
The National Working Committee (NWC) led by Senator Abdullahi Adamu of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has been urged to prioritize reconciliation and institutionalize genuine internal democracy.
A pro-APC group under the auspices of the APC Rebirth Group made the call in a congratulatory message to the party’s new national chairman, Senator Abdullahi Adamu and other executives from the just-concluded national convention. conclude.
In a statement signed Tuesday in Abuja, its organizer, Aliyu Audu, acknowledged the maturity displayed by many aspirants who put the collective interests of the entire party above their own personal ambitions.
“We applaud their stubbornness, their excellent display of sportsmanship and urge them not to give up on the party, despite their apprehensions about the convention. As committed members of the Party, we believe that now is not the time to give in , but rather a time to redouble our efforts to achieve the goal of building a stronger and more inclusive party.
“Specifically, the national working committee should immediately form a reconciliation committee or begin the reconciliation process that will genuinely and genuinely settle all internal disputes that may have arisen from the convention and even those that had bugged the party in the neighborhood. , local government. and declares the congresses conducted by the outgoing interim committee.
“While the reconciliation process is underway, the party leadership must also begin a genuine process of institutionalizing internal democracy in the party, which will ensure a level playing field for all and sundry, especially as we we are heading towards various primaries in the coming weeks. The party leadership must realize that President Muhammadu Buhari, as a unifying factor in the APC, will not remain in the saddle forever. As such, we must rush to ensure that party members have every opportunity to become what they want to become in the party without having to rely on anyone.
“The issue of youth and women’s inclusion must also be high on the agenda of the party’s new national working committee by ensuring that these demographics are not only represented at all levels, but that there is an adequate reward system for them and other members of the party, especially for those who have proven their loyalty, commitment and dedication to the success of the party.
“We wish NWC-led Senator Abdullahi Adamu a successful term in service to our dear Party and our nation as a whole, and we pray that their stewardship will foster greater Party cohesion and unity than we had. previously. .”