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The ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, has raised alarm over the unwarranted attacks, at President Muhammadu Buhari, on issues concerning his medical vacation to the United Kingdom, UK.
The North-West zone of the APC, while condemning the death rumor, described it as ‘’unwarranted and unpatriotic.’’
In a statement after its meeting in Katsina on Monday, the party said the issues were a smacked of desperation from the opposition parties.
“The meeting emphasized the need for members of the National Assembly from the North-West to fully support the president in his effort to provide responsive leadership to Nigeria,” the statement signed by National Vice Chairman, North-West, Inuwa Abdulkadir, said.
“The meeting called on north-west zonal leadership of the party to engage members of the national assembly, ministers, and heads of government agencies to ensure that policies and programmes fall in line with the party’s manifesto.
“The meeting emphasized the need for elected and appointed public officeholders to undertake periodic consultation with constituents to enlighten them on government policies and programmes, and at the same time, receive feedback for effective service delivery.
“The meeting reiterated its support to seven governors in the North-West region in their effort toward economic integration of the region within the context of the north-west economic cooperation and integration framework,” the communiqué said.
The party also appreciated the seven States in the zone for their initiative at identifying high development priority areas like; education, healthcare, agriculture, water resources, energy, solid minerals and industrialization.
It called on party members to rise in the defence of the hard-won, but overwhelming mandate of the majority of Nigerians by eschewing all forms of internal conflict and division.
“We should appreciate the need to rally round our leaders and for the leaders to carry all members along in flying the flag of APC,” the communiqué said.
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