Tinubu to APC National Chairman: There is much work to do

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An APC Presidential aspirant, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu has told the newly elected APC National Chairman, Sen. Abdullahi Adamu and others that there is much work to be done to reposition the party.

Tinubu, who congratulated Adamu and other elected executives, said the task of the new APC leadership was to uphold the spirit of unity and allegiance to a shared vision for the party which saw them emerge as consensus candidates.

The former governor of Lagos, in a statement on Sunday urged them to work hard to sustain the party’s founding ideals and to perform diligently in their new offices that all members of the APC might ascend to ever greater height.

The statement reads: “Yesterday, I was pleased to attend the National Convention of our dear party, the All Progressives Congress. I congratulate the CECPC, the membership of the convention planning sub-committees and all others involved in planning and executing the event.

“It was indeed a massive success and showcased our great party’s abiding strength ahead of the upcoming elections. I also congratulate all newly elected members of our new National Working Committee, led by Sen. Abdullahi Adamu.

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“Be proud of your appointments but be, also, ready to work for you have much work to do. Your task now is to uphold the spirit of unity and allegiance to a shared vision for our party which saw you emerge as consensus candidates. I urge you all to work hard to sustain our party’s founding ideals and to perform diligently in your new offices that all members of the APC might ascend to ever greater heights.

“I must also commend with admiration, those who graciously agreed to step down their personal ambitions for the greater good of the party. Your courage and loyalty to the party will not be forgotten.

“Let us all, now, direct our focus on rallying behind our new NWC and move our party, the APC, towards a bright future, not just for our members but for all Nigerians as we continue to lead our nation, Nigeria, onwards to its manifest destiny.”

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