APC North-West boosts reconciliation momentum ahead of 2023 elections – The Sun Nigeria

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has said it is coming to terms with aggrieved members as part of its strategies to win the 2023 election.

Mr. Musa Mada, APC National Zonal Publicity Secretary, North West revealed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kaduna on Saturday.

Mada said that while the party would not disclose all of its strategies in public, seeking reconciliation among aggrieved members was a key strategy that would be vigorously pursued.

“It is necessary because any political party as strong as the APC anywhere in the world must watch its steps before and after its primary elections.

“Naturally there would be those who would be offended in some way and their grievances could be legitimate or fragile and as a party you have to reconcile them,” Mada said.

“We are proud that our national president is already taking the bull by the horns, starting at the national level.

“As we begin our zonal tour, we interact with stakeholders and from there we are able to gather information and determine how to fix what needs to be fixed,” Mada added.

He said the reconciliation campaign in no way suggested the party feared losing the election, adding: “We are taking on this strategy as a challenge to ensure that we leave no stone unturned.”

Mada, who cited the case of Osun’s just-concluded gubernatorial election, noted that the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) won the election partly because of internal disputes within the APC. (NOPE)

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