The APC convenes an emergency NEC meeting

Buhari's NEC

There, the All Progressives Congress (APC) is holding a meeting of its National Executive Committee (NEC) in Abuja.

At the Congress Hall of the Transcorp Hotel in Abuja, President Muhammadu Buhari, the party’s National Chairman, Abdullahi Adamu, and other members of the NEC, as well as members of the National Working Committee (NWC), are meeting.

The NEC’s 11th meeting is being presided over by the President.

For the 2023 elections, the NEC is anticipated to evaluate possibilities for presidential primaries.

When the party’s National Working Committee (NWC) met in Abuja on Tuesday, they talked about and agreed on a timetable for the primaries for the party’s flag-bearers in the 2023 general election.

It’s said by someone in the NWC that the committee will bring its decision to the NEC to be approved by them.

It looks like the NWC has agreed on how much expressions of interest and nomination forms for different positions in the House of Assembly, the National Assembly, Governors, and the President will cost.

It was Adamu’s first time meeting with the NEC. He said that it was going to start by bringing together disgruntled members as well as talking about the upcoming elections.
According to Adamu, the party’s inherent problem is motivated by ego. He urged members to uphold excellent behavior.

According to him, egos in the party have made the gap between former and current governors even bigger.

The National Chairman said that party members should stop fighting inside. He also said that the new slogan should be “APC first,” and that the party should work together and respectfully with its former governors to solve many of its problems.

Adamu said that the NWC will do well, especially with a united front. He said that the party had been stronger, despite predictions that it would break apart.

He told party members that instead of using the media to resolve issues, they should look for constitutional measures that the party has approved for conflict resolution.

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