In a significant development today, the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the All Progressives Congress (APC) made crucial decisions during their 12th NEC meeting held at the prestigious Congress Hall of Transcorp Hilton in Abuja. The meeting saw the election of prominent party members to key positions, cementing their roles in shaping the party’s future.
Former Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, emerged victorious in the elections, securing the coveted position of the National Chairman of the APC. Ganduje’s vast political experience and leadership qualities make him a prominent choice for this significant role. As the National Chairman, he is expected to lead the party, unify its members, and steer the APC towards accomplishing its goals effectively.
Additionally, the party’s NEC also elected former Senate spokesman, Ajibola Basiru, as the new National Secretary. Basiru’s expertise in communication and legislative affairs are expected to enhance the party’s organizational capabilities. As the National Secretary, he will be responsible for ensuring smooth communication within the party and managing crucial administrative tasks.
The election of these two distinguished party officials marks a new chapter in the APC’s journey. Their leadership is anticipated to foster greater cohesion within the party and drive it towards realizing its vision for the nation’s progress.
The APC’s NEC meeting was held in adherence to necessary protocols, taking place at the Congress Hall of Transcorp Hilton in Abuja. Party members, supporters, and political analysts closely followed the proceedings as they unfolded, anticipating the outcomes of the crucial elections.
With these pivotal appointments, the All Progressives Congress reaffirms its commitment to building a strong and united political force capable of addressing the nation’s challenges and driving development.
The party members and Nigerians at large are now keenly looking forward to witnessing the impact of the new leadership’s strategies and initiatives on the political landscape.
Source: Channels TV
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