By ABUBAKAR YUSUF.
The Allied Peoples’ Movement APM has elected its national officers in the second national convention of the party in Abuja.
This coincided with the fourth anniversary of the registration of the party, APM as one of the 18 registered political parties in Nigeria.
The chairman of the national convention planning committee and the party’s chairman in Kano State, Alhaji Nuhu Idris said the exercise was carried out in line with INEC guidelines and constitutional provisions, held in Abuja.
In his acceptance speech, the new national chairman of the party, Alhaji Yusuf Mamman Dantele promised to take the party into winning more elective positions in the forthcoming 2023 general elections.
He commended INEC for working in line with the amended new electoral act, geared towards transforming and sanitizing the electoral process in Nigeria.
He applauded the leaders of the party at all levels, for piloting the affairs during his first term, as well as re-election.
The new national chairman says the peaceful and rancor-free transition and the election were a pointer to the workability of the electorate act in the country.
He promised to use the APM administration in Nigeria to arrest the growing insecurity, bad economy, and other crises bedeviling the country.
The new leadership appealed to Nigerians to shun the ruling and major opposition party’s in Nigeria, saying Nigerians have suffered from recycled politicians, which had led to myriads of security problems ranging from banditry, kidnappings, and terrorist attacks.
He promised to build a new nation, a new set of leaders, that can deliver genuine dividends of democracy to Nigerians.
‘With INEC BVAS, a new system of the electoral system, no doubt APM will form government in most states and federal level.’
He urged party leaders and members to go all out and canvass vigorously towards the 2023 general election.
He congratulated the elected officials from the ward, state, and federal levels, wishing them a good tenure.