APC crisis: R-APC sympathizes with Oshiomhole for marketing Kwankwaso - Current Gist

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

APC crisis: R-APC sympathizes with Oshiomhole for marketing Kwankwaso



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The spokesman of the Reformed All Progressives Congress (R-APC), Kazeem Afegbua has sympathized with the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole for marketing the former governor of Kano State, Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso at the Presidential Villa on Monday.
Speaking as a guest on AIT television news hour, on Tuesday night, Afegbua said he felt sorry for Oshiomhole for marketing Kwankwaso to high heaven as the person that has brought honour to the ruling party.
Afegbua said, “I sympathize with the disputed chairman of the APC. Yes he was my boss but it doesn’t matter, it’s not about being boss right now. It’s about Nigeria and our democracy and governance.
“Yes I sympathize with him to the extent that he has an office that’s marketing a populous party that the government have become very popular in the eyes of many Nigerians.
“Secondly, yesterday he was at the President’s office, we saw visual and he met with former governor of Kano State, Rabiu Kwankwaso and when he came out, he marketed kwankwaso to high heaven as the person that has now brought a lot of value to the party, who brought a lot of honour and what have you.
Today less than 24 hours I begin to wonder what is happening. I think it will be too bad for the ex-governor to be living in a self-denier.
“Whether we like it or not there are serious crisis in the APC and there are serious issues that has to do with failure of leadership both at the centers and some of the states.
“24 states had parallel congress in APC and those issues have not been addressed. tell me where in the part of the world that you see a chairman going to dinner. He’s been moving around, homes to homes of members, but suddenly he said he’s not going to sleep.
“I think is a contradiction and that is one of the reasons I think why many of our members have said no, we are tired of this kind of double standard posturing and we believe we can move forward and we need to create a platform that will create opportunity for our people to contest election in 2019.”

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