2023: Kaduna APC constitutes reconciliation committee


The Kaduna State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has constituted a committee to reconcile aggrieved party members in the State ahead of the 2023 elections.

The reconciliation committee was mandated to reach out to members who contested primaries for the 2023 elections but lost.

The APC Zonal Publicity Secretary, North West, Malam Musa Mada disclosed this in a statement issued, Wednesday, in Abuja.

The statement said: “The Kaduna State APC stakeholders, led by the Governor Malam Nasiru El-Rufa’i, comprising State Working Committee, Local Government Chairmen, elected representatives, Elders, members of the State Executive Council, have ordered for immediate constitution of a high powered State’s steering reconciliation committee that will be saddled with the responsibility of reaching out to co-contestants of all the elective positions that did not win their primaries for the forthcoming 2023 general elections and other aggrieved party members in the State.”

The statement also quoted the APC National Vice Chairman, North-West, Malam Salihu Lukman to have said that participants should be sincere in their contributions, saying the worst thing people could do in time like this was lying to themselves.

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The statement added: “As a result, stakeholders, therefore, decided to set up a committee of highly respected individuals among party men and women across senatorial districts of the State to form the Reconciliatory Committee at the State’s level.

“The Local Government Reconciliation Committees will also be constituted afterwards. Respected party members were nominated by the participants for the task and the Governor assured the meeting of his readiness to give necessary support for the success of the Committee’s assignment before campaign starts.”

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