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APC Crisis:Mr Victor Giadom Made Chairman, NWC Dissolved And A New Committee Formed

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View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Mr Victor Giadom, National Chairman of the All Progressive Congress (APC) currently governs the National Working Committee (NWC), in response to the consensus of the National Executive Board (NEC); "No, Victor, nobody loses."

Giadom said in a press release on Thursday that it was in its original position to be satisfied with "the results of today's APC NEC meeting".

"I used to say that the collective decision of the entire NEC will be prioritized at today's meeting. I also promise to hold on to every decision I make.

"... no, Victor, no one loses. The unity and cohesion of our big party is always our prayer."

On Wednesday, President Muhammadu Buhari recognized Mr Giadom as a person recognized as the ruling national chairman after Comrade Adam Oshiomiolel's dismissal.

In a statement that confirmed the President's approval and was made available to the media by the President's Senior Special Assistant for Media and Public Relations, Malam Garba Shehu, in Abuja on Wednesday; "The president received a lot of convincing advice about the legal position regarding the situation in the party and found that the law was on Mr Victor Giadom's side as the ruling national leader."

However, to reduce the damage caused by the party government, the NEC party considered dissolving the CCM and was established.

The full list of Commissions is below:

1. Manager May Bala Buni (Yobe) Chairman

2. Isiaka Oyetola, governor of Osun (southwest)

3. Ken Nnamani (Southeast)

4. Stella Okorete - women rep

5. Governor Sani Bello (North Central)

6. Dr. James Lalu (physically challenge)

7. Senator Abubakar Yusuf (Senate representative)

8. Sincerely. Akinyemi Olaide (House of Representatives)

9. David Lyon (South-South)

10. Aba Ari (northwest)

11. Prof. Tahir Maman (Northeast)

12. Ismail Ahmed (youth rep)

13. Senator Akpan Udodehe (secretary)

Source: opera.com
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