APC in­au­gu­rates ap­peal com­mit­tees

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Most of the ap­pel­late com­mit­tees may com­pro­mise their as­sign­ments in favour of the work­ing class against the con­ven­tional politi­cians. What had hap­pened in Sokoto was nei­ther con­sen­sus nor elec­tions at all. They think they can test our wills through im­po­si­tions of party of­fi­cials. They would be proven wrong with lots of sur­prises any­way, as we are de­ter­mined to op­pose them for the love of the party – APC. Look at Tam­bawal Lo­cal Govern­ment Area for ex­am­ple where politi­cians whose rel­e­vance had since eroded are parad­ing them­selves as lead­ers. How­ever, the true pic­ture of fol­low­er­ship in the area is com­manded by Hon. Aminu Dikko who is re­garded by the ma­jor­ity elec­torates as their leader. I beat my chest to say that should Dikko turn his back against any can­di­date, that politi­cian may not score even five per­cent of the to­tal votes of the area even if all these per­son­al­i­ties called ‘yan boko’ as­sem­ble to­gether to en­gage Dikko. It’s un­for­tu­nate that Inuwa’s de­ci­sion to re­turn the party to the re­ac­tionar­ies calls for ur­gent re­view.

Tafi­dan Do­gon Daji

aboubakartafida@ya­hoo.com

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