North-West APC endorses former Zamfara Governor, Yari for National Chairman


Abdulaziz Yari gets more support for APC National Chairman position

The North-West Zone of the All Progressives Congress, (APC), has endorsed former Governor of Zamfara State, Abdulaziz Yari for the Chairmanship position of the party at the forthcoming national convention later this year.

Ex-Governor Yari who’s a front runner in the national convention received the endorsement after high-Level consultations by all APC State and LGA Chairmen of the northwest pledging to vote for him during the national convention.

In a statement issued by the northwest zonal Chairman of the AA Yari Campaign Support Group, Alhaji Ibrahim Musa Kaya, “all statutory delegates in Northwest will not only vote Yari but will contribute to ensuring success from other zones”.

According to Kaya, “all APC stakeholders in the zone are participating fully to ensure a free successful and credible convention for AA Yari to win”.

Kaya further hinted the “AA Yari support group in the zone has formed workable structures to ensure a successful bid”.

According to Kaya, they are supporting A A Yari, a seasoned politician, because he has “assured all that there will be internal democracy, fairness, and justice under his able leadership if he eventually takes over as the National Chairman of APC”.

Meanwhile, the Adamawa State chapter of the A.A. Yari Campaign Support Group Monday was inaugurated.

Zonal Chairman of the group, Hon. Yusuf Baka who performed the inauguration charged the new leaders to work as a team to deliver Yari during the convention of the party later this year.

In a press statement signed by the National Public Relations Chief of the A.A. Yari Campaign Support Group, Alhaji Abdulkadir Dantsoho revealed Abdulkareem Sabo Abdulahi Jimeta and Hon. Khaleel Sajo will serve as State Coordinator and Secretary respectively.

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