Kwara APC releases multi-stakeholders campaign council list
…Boasts of success at polls, assures continuous inclusion
Kwara State ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has released an over 2000-member strong multi-stakeholders campaign council list, which it says comprises party chieftains and supporters drawn from every demography in the state.
The party made this declaration in a statement on Monday signed by Alhaji Tajudeen Aro Folaranmi, State Publicity Secretary, stressing that the composition of the list attracts every segment of the state, including persons and groups not in any way affiliated to the party.
The party added that the re-election bid of Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq remains a project of all the people of Kwara State who have enjoyed a positive paradigm shift over the last three years and want him to remain in the saddle for the next four years.
THECONSCIENCEng reports that the party further expressed confidence in the successful re-election of Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq and the election of all APC’s Candidates, charging all members of the campaign council to be great ambassadors of Kwarans and to work hard in mobilising every resident of the state.
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More nominations, according to the party, will be made to support the existing campaign structures across the state, adding that everyone is important in the scheme of things.
“As the ambassadors and representatives of the people of Kwara State, especially members of our party, the council members have, like many others who may not be on the campaign council list, distinguished themselves through years of committed and faithful service to the party, and thus possess the quality and dedication required for success at the polls later this year.
” The party therefore wishes to congratulate the appointees while assuring party chieftains not specifically mentioned on the list of continuous inclusion in the campaign and party’s activities through various means that will equally be recognised,” the statement said.