Stakeholders in the Kano State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) have asked the party’s top echelon to initiate a strategic reconciliation mechanism to calm aggrieved members ahead of the 2023 polls.
The stakeholders made the appeal when the North West zonal officials of the party led by the APC national vice chairman for the zone, Salihu Lukman, held a meeting with them during a fact-finding tour.
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A statement on Wednesday by the zonal publicity secretary of the party, Malam Musa Mailafiya Mada, said the unity of the party took centre stage at the meeting.
The statement reads, “The participants emphasised the need for a strategic reconciliation initiative that will address the post-primary election grievances where some of the contestants that did not make it felt offended in one way or the other.
“Malam Salihu Lukman explained to the participants some measures put in place at the zonal level to ensure unity among critical stakeholders and the role of leadership at various levels in achieving and sustaining unity.”
According to the statement, Kano State Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, who was represented by his Chief of Staff/Head of Service of the State expressed satisfaction with the manner in which the party’s affairs were being handled at the zonal level.
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