Sunday May 9, 2021
Nobody will be denied the opportunity of registering or re-validating their membership of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Kwara Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq said over the weekend.
He said his philosophy is that the ruling party will be better and stronger when everyone is accommodated.
Speaking when the appeals panel on the APC registration exercise visited him in Government House in Ilorin, the state capital, AbdulRazaq urged old members yet to revalidate their membership or members of the public wanting to join the party to do so, adding that the process will continue even after the congress.
“We are glad to have this party committee in Kwara this morning. This process is part of the process of building a stronger party. And I am glad to say that registration has been done and has been done well. It is an ongoing exercise,” the Governor told the appeals panel led by Hon. Farouk Adamu Aliyu.
“Nobody will be left behind in this registration. I am also glad to say that the total number of registered party members as of today has exceeded the number of voters in the last elections for presidential and gubernatorial. We thank our members for embracing this party.”
AbdulRazaq commended President Muhammadu Buhari and the APC National Caretaker Committee Chairman for the initiative, adding that the registration/revalidation process would increase the numerical strength of the party and reposition it for victories in the future polls.
Hon. Aliyu had earlier said the visit to the state was to appease those who felt cut off from the registration/revalidation in the state and to ensure that everyone is carried along.