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APC may soon collapse, concerned members warn Buhari

APC may soon collapse, concerned members warn Buhari
By Steve Oko
President Muhamnadu Buhari has been warned that the ruling All Progressive Congress APC might not survive beyond 2023 when he shall be exiting from power.
The warning was contained in a letter to the President by Concerned APC Stakeholders, a political group, in the ruling party.
The stakeholders  expressed worry that APC has continuously toed the path that led to the collage of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in 2015.
According to the letter, the stakeholders said the party’s values of fairness and inclusiveness had been abused and violated by certain individuals using the president’s name as cover to legitimise their selfish agenda.
The letter, signed by Abubakar Sidiq Usman, said the party’s ward and local government congresses were held in clear violation of fairness and transparency.
It alleged that party leaders employed an undemocratic method of imposing officials on other members.
Usman told the president that the situation in the ruling APC greatly troubled the majority of party members, who have merely kept quiet in deference to his leadership, trusting that he would take action to arrest the ugly situation.
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