APC crisis: Atiku urges party leaders to shift ground

APC crisis: Atiku urges party leaders to shift ground

Sharing is caring!Facebook0Twitter0Google+0Pinterest0 A former vice-president of Nigeria, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar has urged leaders of the All Progressi...

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A former vice-president of Nigeria, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar has urged leaders of the All Progressives Congress, APC, to move away from extreme positions to a centrist one in the interest of the party and the nation.

According to a statement issued yesterday by his media office, Atiku will not be attending the meeting of the party’s National Executive Council, NEC, in Abuja on Friday, but expressed regrets that the party is “torn apart at a time more energy are needed to attend to the objectives of the change agenda for which it was voted into power”.

The ex-vice President, who advised the leadership of the party to focus on resolving the crisis in order not to allow the opposition party take advantage of the situation, noted that,“We can resolve our differences when our leaders individually and collectively shift ground from extreme positions and move to the centre in the interest of our party and our country”.

The statement reads, “Atiku, who is unavoidably outside the country to perform Lesser Hajj (Umrah) in Saudi Arabia, said that he is deeply concerned that, soon after capturing power, the APC is torn apart at a time more energy are needed to attend to the objectives of the change agenda for which it was voted into power.

“It is high time the party overcame its current crisis of confidence arising from the national assembly election of principal officers. The current blame games targeted at individuals is an unnecessary diversion of energies at the expense of the urgency of the mission of the party to make life better for Nigerians.

“The vilification of individual party leaders and members in the face of challenges facing the country is painful to him. The party should learn the lessons and move ahead,” he noted.

The former vice president advised the party leaders not to allow people of bad faith to fuel division and acrimony among the party, saying all positive energies should be directed towards sustaining the morale of the voters who look forward to the APC to make their lives better.

The statement reads, “Atiku, who is unavoidably outside the country to perform Lesser Hajj (Umrah) in Saudi Arabia, said that he is deeply concerned that, soon after capturing power, the APC is torn apart at a time more energy are needed to attend to the objectives of the change agenda for which it was voted into power.

“It is high time the party overcame its current crisis of confidence arising from the national assembly election of principal officers. The current blame games targeted at individuals is an unnecessary diversion of energies at the expense of the urgency of the mission of the party to make life better for Nigerians.

“The vilification of individual party leaders and members in the face of challenges facing the country is painful to him. The party should learn the lessons and move ahead,” he noted.

The former vice president advised the party leaders not to allow people of bad faith to fuel division and acrimony among the party, saying all positive energies should be directed towards sustaining the morale of the voters who look forward to the APC to make their lives better.

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