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All Progressive Congress Is A Very Disorganized Party, National Assembly Aspirants Speaks

Some Senate and House of Representatives candidates running on the ruling All Progressives Congress’s (APC) platform for the 2023 general elections have expressed dissatisfaction with the party’s National Working Committee (NWC).

Some of the aspirants now in Abuja informed DAILY INDEPENDENT on Friday that, according to the party’s calendar, they were expected to begin their screening on Friday, but that they had gotten no information from the party leadership.

They said that the party’s inability to keep to its schedule made planning their other activities impossible.

One of the Kano candidates claims that “This gathering is utterly disorganized. They made regulations, but they were incapable of following them. We all flew to Abuja for the screening from our separate states. According to the schedule, the screening should begin today, but no one is talking to us “.

“Because of their unwillingness to cooperate, we have been unable to plan our other operations. We’ll have to stay in Abuja longer if the date is pushed back a day or two, while still paying accommodation and other fees “.

Another member of the Enugu House of Representatives has threatened to attack the National Secretariat on Saturday in order to vent his rage.

“We’ve all agreed to meet at the party headquarters tomorrow. Someone should talk to us about the reason for the delay “.

APC Is A Very Disorganised Party, National Assembly Aspirants Lament

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