APC will Open Functional Offices in 8,813 Wards, says Ganduje

Dr. Abdullahi Ganduje, the National Chairman of APC, has unveiled a plan to establish functional party offices in all of the country's 8,813 wards, aiming to bring the party closer to the people.
Former Governor of Kano State Abdullahi Umar Ganduje.
Former Governor of Kano State Abdullahi Umar Ganduje.Google photos

Speaking during the inauguration of the APC National Gubernatorial Campaign Council for Kogi State in Lokoja, Ganduje noted the importance of supporting the APC governorship candidate, Alhaji Ododo Ahmed Usman, in the upcoming election.

He stressed the party's commitment to using progressivism as a political ideology to improve the lives of Nigerians through political actions and social reforms.

Ganduje also revealed that the APC is in the final stages of establishing a National Institute of Progressive Studies to institutionalize the progressive ideology in the nation's politics. This institute aims to channel and integrate progressive-minded politicians into the progressive ideology and political best practices.

The former Kano State governor urged Nigerians to remain patient and continue supporting President Bola Tinubu in addressing the country's economic challenges.

The inauguration ceremony was attended by six governors, former governors, senators, and numerous party stalwarts. Ganduje expressed confidence in the campaign team's ability to secure victory for the APC in the upcoming election, emphasizing that the campaign would be issues-based and engage in constructive dialogue with Kogi's electorate.

Governor Yahaya Bello expressed his confidence in the party's victory in the November 11 election, stating that it would be a landslide victory.

The Chairman of the Kogi Gubernatorial National Campaign Council, Dapo Abiodun, thanked the party's leadership and pledged to deliver as expected.

In conclusion, the APC under Ganduje's leadership is taking steps to expand its grassroots presence and promote progressive values within the party.

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