Breaking: New Faction Of APC Emerges
Crisis rocking the ruling All Progressive Congress has reach the climax as new faction emerges named Reformed All Progressive Congress (rAPC). This was made known today. According the news reported by Sahara Reporters, the new faction can be compared with the New People Democratic Party (nPDP) which Joined forces with APC in 2015 to grab power from PDP.
The new faction has name Buba Galadima an ally of President Buhari and former national secretary of the Congress for Progressive Change as the chairman.
They give reason for leaving to include the bad treatment of the ruling party meted to new People Democratic Party members who join APC in the bill up to 2015 election. Also opined that APC has fail to deliver campaign promises thereby braying the hopes and aspiration of millions of Nigerians.
The group according to report has appointed all ward and national leaders to pilot the affairs of the party across the country.
The group chairman, Buba Galadima has released his statement:
“The Reformed All Progressive Congress, RAPC, national executive committee is constituted. We are assembled to address you on the state of our party, APC, the state of the nation and above all the constitutional democracy of Nigeria. I am standing here before you as the chairman of RAPC. You will recall that in 2015 general election some political parties came together to form a brand new political party called APC.
This merger was based on the strong belief that Nigeria had come of age that it was severely under-performing and incapable to meet the potentials of good governance. “The Nigerian people gave power to APC based on its promises and potentials. We are sad to inform that after more than three years of governance, our expectations (have been) completely dashed.
The APC has run a ruthless and incompetent government that has failed to deliver good governance to the people. It has rather imposed dictatorship, impunity, abuse of power, complete application of constitutional and statutory responsibilities, impunity in the rule of law and constitutionality. It has failed to ensure the security and welfare of Nigerian and elevated nepotism to secondary height.”