2023: APC strategises, vows to reclaim Adamawa





As new APC membership registration and revalidation exercise take place across the country, the Adamawa state, chapter of the All progressive Congress (APC) has expressed optimism that the party will reclaim the state by defeating incumbent Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri in 2023.
This assuarances was given by the state APC caretaker committee chairman, Alhaji Ibrahim Bilal, in an interview with journalists in Yola at the weekend.


He further explained that the defections and return of so many prominent politicians in the state and their followers including Senator Abdulaziz Nyako, Senator Elisha Abbo, former governor Bala Ngillari, Hon.Emmanuel Bello among many other political mobilisers from Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), African Democracy Congress (ADC) and Social Democratic Party (SDP) and other political parties in the state have further brightened the chances of the opposition party ahead of 2023 elections.
The chairman further noted that Fintiri and his party PDP came into power in 2019 election not because of their popularity but due to internal wranglings within the APC which forced many of their party supporters and shareholders who felt aggrieved and work against the party.


He however affirmed that the party has since reconciled their differences, and is working together to send the current  government parking in in two years time.
According to him, their decision to relinquished their positions from substantive party excos to caretaker setup was a sacrifice to further unite and strengthen the party, and give everybody especially those who defected to the party a sence of belonging.
Alhaji Bilal assured that equal opportunity would be given to members in the party irrespective of when anyone joined.

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