Bello Frustrating APC in Kogi – Audu/Faleke Group Cries Out
The Audu/Faleke political organization, the campaign organisation of the late governorship candidate, Prince Audu Abubakar in Kogi State, has warned that the actions of Governor Yahaya Bello could frustrate the reconciliation moves of the Ahmed Tinubu-led presidential committee.
The group alleged that the governor was fanning the embers of disunity within the state chapter of the All Progressives Congress, APC.
The campaign organization in a statement released by Senator Alex Kadiri yesterday, in Abuja, also accused the state government of persistently planting seeds of disunity in the party.
He said, “We the stakeholders/elders and the state executive of the party do not believe in the way and manner the matters of governance and political activities are being conducted in Kogi state by Gov. Bello, all of which are divisive and destructive.
“We want to state that as responsible and foundation members of the party, we are not averse to any efforts geared towards its well being, and this provides the reason why we made ourselves and our elders/all stakeholders available before two previous similar committees, and which the NWC of the party failed to implement its findings.
“We however wish to state that we are not in doubt about the efficiency and capability of Asiwaju Tinubu whom we hold in high esteem and respect, and as such look forward to seeing him deploying his leadership wisdom into redirecting our party towards the path of peace and progress as we prepare for the next general elections.
“Finally, it is our hope that, for the love of the party, and considering the huge efforts invested by us in ensuring the success of the party in the last elections, any act of insubordination or misadventure from any group within the party including the NWC must be discouraged and condemned in the strongest terms,” Senator Kadiri maintained.