‘Team work necessary for APC’s survival in Kaduna’
Stalwarts of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kaduna must change the negative narrative about Governor Nasir el-Rufai’s administration and work as a team for the party to survive beyond 2019, an ex-lawmaker, Mohammed Ali, has said.
Ali, who represented Kawo Constituency in the Kaduna State House of Assembly, described the alleged abandoning of members, “whose political engineering contributed to the success of the present government at the polls as an act that is not only disturbing, but has fragmented the party into two camps.”
At present, there is APC Akida, led by the likes of Dr. Hakeem Baba-Ahmed, Alhaji Ahmadu Yaro Cocacola and Tom Maiyashi on the one hand and several others loyal to Governor El-Rufai.
Ali, who is also the founder of Centre for Human Resource Development and Empowerment Initiative, in Kaduna, said: “The essence of government or leadership in every human society is to be able to create the enabling environment for the facilitation of good life. The party system came into being arising from the need to give people the freedom and the power of choice.