Convention: Avoid campaign of Calumny, APC young professionals tell aspirants

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By Lukman Olabiyi

Ahead of the party’s national convention, the Young Professionals Council (YPC) of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has urged all the aspirants contesting not to indulge in campaign of calumny, in order not to jeopardize the future of the party.

The council in a statement signed by its Director-General, Hon. Seyi Bamgbade, and the National Secretary, Hajiya Zainab Umar urged all party stakeholders, leaders, and members to continue to work for peace and the progress of the party for the greater good of the country.

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They pointed out that, all the aspirants are capable of delivering on the progressive mandate of the party.

“The APC- Young Professionals Council, as a party’s support group founded solely to help in strengthening the party by guiding and providing professional solutions to the challenges facing the nation and to promote progressive agenda of the party and Mr. President, His Excellency Muhammadu Buhari,” they said

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The professional support group urged all the party faithful to vote for competent leaders that can further unite the party across board, saying the group will continue to toe the part of peace and reconciliation.

The council urged all the party faithful to see everyone that would be contesting as a winner.

They called on anyone who might be aggrieved’ from the fall out of the exercise to give peace a chance and prioritize the greater good of the party and toe the reconciliation process of the party to resolve any differences within the internal democratic machinery embedded in the party’s constitution and the extant laws rather than causing avoidable crisis .

“We urge all the aspirants a trouble-free contest as we cannot rule out the fact that some members would be aggrieved for one or more reasons, we must remain as one united family, be focused on delivering unprecedented progress and development to our party as we face the opposition in 2023,” the council said.

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