Ganduje’s position shaky as North Central leaders demand APC national chairmanship seat

Leaders and chieftains of the All Progressives Congress (APC) from the North Central zone have urged the party to zone the national chairmanship seat to the region, citing its significant contributions to the party’s development and sustenance.

Following a meeting held via Zoom on Thursday, attended by leaders of the North Central APC Forum and other party bigwigs from the region, Saleh Mandung Zazzaga briefed reporters in Jos, the Plateau State capital, and emphasized the region’s pivotal role in the party’s growth.

Zazzaga, also a member of the Presidential Campaign Council in the 2023 general elections, says the North Central region has been a formidable force and support base of President Bola Tinubu’s administration.

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“As such, the president and convention planning committee should take our demand very seriously and assist accordingly,” he noted.

He said that since the post-military era, the North Central has largely contributed to the nation’s democratic growth, and it would be fair and equitable for APC to acknowledge this effort and zone the national chairmanship seat to the region.

According to him, the region has strong men and women that can fit in and perform creditably well as the party’s national chairman, including people like Chief Amos Gizo, Engr. Sani Ndanusa, Hajia Salamatu Baiwa, Gbenle Adeyemi, Ahmed Aliyu Tijani, Mrs Mary Nieyor Isa, Hon. Ahmed Musa Ibeto, Yahaya Bello, Yewuti Zubaru Jibrin, Mohammed Audu, among others.

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He stressed that they are already liaising with other stakeholders, interest groups, and members/supporters of the party from the region to have a united front and pursue their cause of clinching the national chairmanship seat.

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