Lai Mohammed’s call to cancel APC registration selfish, says party spokesman | The Guardian Nigeria News

Deputy Secretary of State for Promotion of the Congress of All Progressives (APC) Yekini Nabena has challenged calls by Information and Culture Minister Lai Mohammed to cancel the current registration and revalidate the party’s membership in the state of Kwara.

In a statement, Nabena claimed that Mohammed’s call was aimed at undermining the party’s survival ahead of the 2023 general elections.

He ordered Mohammed to bury the axes with Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara State and work on the party’s success.

“Mohammed should return to his state chapter if he is still relevant there and work with the governor and other stakeholders to make his voice heard nationally, otherwise we will believe he and his gang are calling for the cancellation of the registration process for their selfish interest. “

“Details of evil plans to destroy the APC. This has been exposed and the party leadership is fully aware.

“At the right time, Lai Mohammed and his gang will be exposed, and Nigerians will then know the real cheater, that’s the time before. The NEC cannot commit suicide and give birth to the Interim Committee because it is the highest body of the party.

“Even the president, the governors, the president of the Senate and the president of the Nembers are NEC. So, if NEC commits suicide, it shows that there is no more party.

“Time has left Lai Mohammed behind and he cannot catch up. Lai Mohammed and his fifth columnists are the biggest problem of this administration. As Minister of Information and Culture to explain policies and programs, including the remarkable achievements of this administration to Nigerians, Lai Muhammad has failed miserably.

“Whatever he says is considered a lie. If not, Lai should tell Nigerians what his contribution has been in the last five years. “

Mohammed called Naben a fraud because he advised him to work with the governor of the state of Kwara and allow peace to reign in the ongoing exercise of registering membership and revalidating the party across the country.



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