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Prince Audu urges Buni to continue repositioning APC

Prince Mohammed Audu and Governor Mai Mala Buni
Prince Mohammed Audu and Governor Mai Mala Buni

A chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kogi State, Prince Mohammed Audu, has celebrated the performance of Governor Mai Mala Buni-led Caretaker Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee (CECPC), urging him not to lose focus.

Audu specifically urged governor Buni to continue on the trajectory to reposition the governing party as he has been doing.

The former governorship aspirant also praised the Kogi State Governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello-led administration in the state.

Prince Audu made these declarations Tuesday evening when he paid a courtesy visit to the Caretaker Committee Chairman in Abuja.

While declaring his support for the APC leadership at the centre and in the state, the party chieftain said Alhaji Buni had done well both as a serving governor in Yobe State and as the chairman of the ruling party.

Prince Audu said: “For a serving governor to be dedicated in such a way that governance in Yobe State does not suffer and the responsibility of repositioning our great party is taking good shape should be commended by all and sundry.

“I have, however, come to show appreciation and also lend my support to his leadership.”

Audu’s support was coming at a time another APC chieftain, Hon. Patrick Obahiagbon, had written a commendation letter to the party’s Caretaker Committee Chairman.

The former legislator had advised party men and women against personal and selfish interests, which he said must not override the interest of the party.

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