Ahead of the forthcoming presidential poll, the National Chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, Abdullahi Adamu, has warned that the party may lose the election to the opposition should they fail to put their house in order.
Adamu handed the warning in his keynote address during the emergency APC National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting held in Abuja on Wednesday.
He lamentably attributed the challenges confronting the party to the endless misunderstanding between the serving and incumbent State governors, warning that the situation poses a grave danger to the future and fortune of the party.
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Although he described the ruling party as unbreakable and solid, he, however, urged aggrieved members to take urgent steps to key into the reconciliation efforts of the party’s leadership.
“As you see it, this party has two paths to take, the first path is the complete unity of the party, and the second path is winning the 2023 general elections.
“How we handle the first will determine how we achieve the second. We must take urgent and target steps now to unite our party at all levels; federal, states, local governments, and wards.
“Our political party must emerge from incessant challenges in order to prepare for the coming tasks ahead. Secondly, we must begin the process of banishing disagreement and building inclusivity of our past and present experiences.
“The lack of unity in our party is such that none of us can pretend not to be unaware as it were, of the efforts to unite this party that led the previous Caretaker Committee to set up a reconciliation committee to find lasting peace.
“I know Mr President is not unmindful of what happened to PDP in 2014/2015, our party is not immune to similar fate should it conduct itself in such a way that continues to undermine the legacy of the founding fathers to build this party,” he appealed.