Three days after he was accused of running a one-man show and using the name of the President,
Major General Muhammadu Buhari (back), to include members of the National Working Committee,
National Chairman of All Progressives Congress, Abdullah Adamu. , has apologized to the aggrieved party officials.
He also promised to take all members of the NWC into party decision-making from now on.
Auntyamebo blog reported on May 28 how a new leadership dispute was starting in the party following allegations by APC North-West
Deputy Chairman Mallam Salihu Lukman and his South West counterpart
Isaac Kekemeke that Adam had repeatedly failed. to carry members in decision-making.
Considered by the developments, Lukman pointed out a number of typographical errors,
which he considered to be “extremely shocking. ”In a leaked letter dated May 27, 2022, entitled ‘Rebuilding APC:
The Need for New Programs’ and made available to Newsmen,
Lukman warned that the leadership of the National Working Committee’
could be ignored ‘as Adams’ previous administration. Oshiomhole and Mai Mala Buni.
However, remorseful Adam freely apologized on Wednesday to all concerned during
the marathon meeting with all the NWC which lasted several hours.
When our correspondent contacted other NWC members, Kekemeke confirmed the report,
saying they had resolved their dispute.
When asked about the negotiations on Buhari’s successor and the need
to provide all those who want the president a place to play as recommended by Lukman,
Kekemeke has asked not to be drawn into the controversial issue.
“I do not want to comment on a statement made by Lukman. I can only talk about what worries me as a person.
I am referring to the joint statement issued yesterday, ”he said. Asked to comment on the alleged “one-man” program run by Adam, Kekemeke said, “I think I have expressed enough of my opinion.
Coming out of the NWC meeting with the chairman.“I think we are beginning to understand ourselves (alone).
I do not want to go further than that. “He added, “I think mutual respect, reconciliation is back and we are trying to work together as a team.”
Efforts to find Adam’s response have been in vain as his media assistant,
Muhammad Lawal, did not pick up his phone or reply to our author’s SMS. As of the time of reporting the matter, APC Community Secretary, Felix Morka, was also not available for comment.