From Kenechukwu Chukwukwedozie, Yenagoa
A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC from Kaduna State, Zakaria Nadabo has stressed on the need for APC leaders in Bayelsa State to eschew their differences, close ranks and work together for the victory of the party in 2023.
Nadabo stated this at the office of Pastor Reuben Initiative for Good Leadership and Accountability, PRIFGLA during a visit to the office in Yenagoa the state capital
According to him, he was at the office of PRIFGLA in reciprocation of a similar visit done by a delegation of the group to him in Abuja during the party’s national convention.
He noted that leadership and accountability are critical ingredients that will make democracy to thrive, pointing out that leaders at all strata must come together as one family to discuss, interface and settle whatever differences that tend to divide them along fault lines.
The Zaria-born politician asserted that Mr. President and key stakeholders in APC have been preaching the message of progess, happiness and unity as major elements in building the party and commended the initiator of the group, Pastor Reuben Wilson for bringing members together and galvanizing support for the party.
In his remarks, Chairman, Advisory Council of PRIFGLA, Hon. Stephen Ogalla reiterated the need for party leaders to close ranks to work as one family.
Ogola said the APC in Bayelsa is polarized in three faction, adding that the advisory council has commenced engaging leaders of the various factions with the aim to unite everyone.
Also speaking, the initiator of the group, Pastor Reuben Wilson noted that the mission of the group is to bring unity amongst leaders so that the party can win election come 2023.
Wilson stated that the initiative is ready to work to ensure that APC wins all elective positions, insisting that this can only be possible only if leaders and members unite as one family.
He appealled to Zakaria Nadabo to take the message of uniting Bayelsa APC leaders to stakeholders at the national level to resolve differences that tend to divide them.