APC Denies Crisis, Says Party United in Quest for a More Progressive Party

ABUJA, Nigeria.

The All Progressives Congress (APC), Nigeria’s ruling party, has denied that it is in crisis following the resignation of its national chairman and national secretary.

In a press statement at the weekend, the party’s national publicity secretary, Barr. Felix Morka, said that the resignations were “a normal part of the democratic process” and that the party remains “united in quest for a more progressive party.”

Morka also dismissed reports of disharmony among members of the party’s national working committee (NWC) or between the NWC and other critical sections of the party’s leadership.

“All sections of the party’s college of leadership stand united in quest for a more progressive party,” he said.

Morka said that the party’s official position on the subject of succession to any vacant offices of the NWC or any other subject will be communicated via the official channels of the NWC.

He said that the party remains committed to the Renewed Hope Agenda of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s Administration towards uplifting the quality of life of all Nigerians.

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