25 APC state chairmen visit Saraki

The Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, on Friday met with about 25 states chairmen of the APC
who visited him in his office.
They were led by the Chairman of the Kano State chapter of the party, Alhaji Haruna Doguwa.
Details of the meeting were not known but a source close to Saraki confided in one of our correspondents that it was aimed at reconciling aggrieved members.
Doguwa, however, said they visited Saraki to congratulate him and other principal officers on their elections.
Saraki commended the chairmen for their understanding of the current development in the APC and pledged to uphold the party’s supremacy in all his actions.
He said, “Let me assure all of you that I am committed to providing the necessary leadership and commitment to our party in order to ensure the success of the President Buhari’s administration because we have no choice than to succeed.”
Chairmen of the APC from the South-West geopolitical zone were conspicuously absent at the meeting.
Meanwhile, the Senate President said that the 8th Senate is committed to the success of President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressives Congress.
Saraki reaffirmed the commitment when the APC chairmen from all the states visited him in Abuja.
A statement by Saraki’s media aide, Yusuph Olaniyonu, quoted the senate president as saying, “I want to use this opportunity to assure you of our cooperation with the executive led by President Muhammadu Buhari, with the party and its members across the country. I want to reassure you that all of us, APC senators, are committed to ensuring that the party is successful so that we can continue to win elections for many years after because of the foundation we are laying.
“It is now our responsibility to pay back so that Nigerians could sit back and say that our efforts were not in vain and that those we elected made this party proud and made this country great.”

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