By Linus Ogbu, Lafia
The Chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC) Nasarawa State, Alhaji Aliyu Bello, has assured the party members and supporters that the era where individual impose decision or candidate in an election without consulting the people was over.
The APC chairman said this, while receiving the party members and supporters on courtesy call to congratulate him on his emergence as Chairman in Lafia.
According to him, politics is about people, assuring that the party will no longer tolerate where some individuals sit somewhere to decide what happens in another local government areas or wards.
He urged party members and supporters to jettison sentiment and support the administration of Gov Abdullahi Sule to sustain development and progress in the state.
“Politics is about people, so, I want to assure you that we are taking it back to people.
“The era where someone stay in Akwanga or Lafia and decide what happens at Gudi or Rimi is over, every polling unit and ward has structure and stakeholders to make decision in their polling units and wards.
“We are proud of the governor, he is working tirelessly to ensure that peace and development we are enjoying is sustained.
Bello thank the people of Akwanga for the visit and show of solidarity to gov Abdullahi Sule, noting that the party would do everything to unite APC in Akwanga.
“Again, want to tell you that the entire APC as party in Nasarawa state belong to governor, our loyalty is with him, whichever people he identifies with, it is people we are going to identify with too,” he said.
Earlier, the leader of the delegation, Hon. Larry Vem Bawa, members representing the good people of Akwanga North, said they were in APC Secretariat to congratulate Bello on his emergence as Chairman.
“We believe in your leadership quality, your emergency signifies that purposeful leadership has come to stay, you have laboured for so long and equally contributed a lot to APC,” he said.
In a related development, the APC chairman thanked Rimi Uku community for organising reception in his honour, he assured them that he would continue to support education of less privilege in the community.