Barrister Sani Mohammad Takori, a former member of the House of Representatives and a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), expressed deep concern over the internal crisis within the Zamfara State chapter of the party.
Takori lamented that the ongoing turmoil has become a source of worry, perplexity, and embarrassment for the party.
Addressing the media via telephone, the former federal lawmaker highlighted the distress of APC supporters in Zamfara State, attributing the party’s defeat in the 2023 general election to the lingering internal crisis.
He emphasized the importance of the party’s leadership in the state addressing the issue promptly.
Takori warned that if the internal crisis is not handled with urgency, it could tarnish the party’s image and undermine the ability of its leaders to unify the APC in the state.
He stressed the need for swift action to reunite party members and restore confidence among supporters.
While acknowledging efforts by some party chieftains to address the crisis, Takori expressed optimism that a resolution would be achieved soon.
He urged the APC leadership in the state to avoid unnecessary political conflicts and focus on maintaining peace and stability within the party.
Commenting on the potential governorship rerun election, Takori noted the intense preparations by both the ruling and opposition parties.
He asserted that the APC could secure a landslide victory if internal issues are effectively addressed, emphasizing the importance of putting the party’s house in order for a successful electoral outcome.
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