If APC fails in 2023, I will not be held accountable – National Chairman

Abdullahi Adamu

, the national chairman of the , has urged party members to stay together and support one another in order to win the general elections of 2023. He warned that he would not accept any responsibility for electoral failure.

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After inaugurating an eight-member Abia Reconciliation Committee, Mr. Adamu made the call while addressing the media.

“We need to put in some effort, let go of some prejudices, and stand as one. After the elections, we don’t want anyone to come here and start sobbing and blaming us for our shortcomings. I won’t pay attention to that. The time is now for cooperation. The time is now to promote unity. God will be with us if we do, the APC chair said.

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Before establishing the committee, he claimed that in-depth conferences between party leaders had taken place in Abia.

In addition, Mr. Adamu said that they participated in the National Working Committee’s (NWC) discussions, particularly during and after the APC’s primaries. He expressed confidence that the committee would maintain harmony in the Abia chapter of the party.

“We won’t be holding more reconciliation meetings. We will now hand control of the state’s politics over to the party’s leaders in Abia. It’s not about Abia in Abuja. Because all politics is local, go to Abia and engage in politics there. Do the necessary, lobby, and engage in reconciliation there, he advised the party faithful.

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Nevertheless, Mr. Adamu added that the party would not be content with just 25% of the total number of votes cast in the general elections.

“We won’t be satisfied with just 25% of the total votes cast in any national election, including the house of representatives, senate, governorship, and probably the presidential election. no room for compromise. We must attempt to win every state if we are to succeed, Mr. Adamu argued.




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