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Kwara APC Crisis: Make your demands public, group tells Lai, Saraki other aggrieved party members

By Centus Nweze


A group of politicians in Ilorin, under the All Progressives Congress (APC) Kwara State Chapter, operating under the aegis of ‘Global Like Minds Movement’ has on Monday called on the aggrieved members in the party to make their demands from Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq known to the public.

The group spoke through its state Coordinator, Alhaji Omar Aiyelabegan in Ilorin, saying that the aggrieved member must realize that this is a new era in kwara politics and governance.

They also stressed that everyone must wake up to the reality that interest towards the development of the state is more important than any personal interest under the current administration.

According to him, “It’s an open fact that our party, APC, is facing crisis and we don’t want that type of crisis to continue because it is being perpetuated by political job seekers and people who want to benefit out of the current unpleasant situation.

“People who have held different positions in the past want to be recycled, because they have not been picked.

“This is the cause of the crisis in the ruling APC in the state”, he said.

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