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There Are Indicators of Progress In APC, Says Northwest Zone

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By Abdulwaheed Olayinka Adubi, Kaduna

The leadership of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), has disclosed that there are indicators showing that the party is waxing stronger and making progress, especially in the northwest zone of the country.

The northwest zonal Chairman of the party, Salihu Luqman made the disclosure during a press briefing in Kaduna at the party Secretariat on Thursday.

Luqman however, noted that the party is still battling with some challenges, which according to him, the leadership of the party are working to ensure that all the challenges are solved before the 2023 general elections.

The zonal chairman of the party who was earlier in a closed door meeting with the chairmen of the zone, also disclosed that the states chairmen had briefed the zonal secretariat on the progress in their various states.

Speaking on the indicators, Luqman said that in the last few months, some aggrieved members had returned to the party and were willing to work with the party in their various states.

“There are indicators showing that the party is doing very well in the zone, but, as we approach the 2023 general elections, it has become important to take note of these indicators and the challenges, and see how we can unite the party more than ever.

“And to also adopt a method that will make the party stronger in Zamfara, Katsina and other states in the zone. From the reports that we had received, our members are also ready to ensure that the party comes out victorious in the coming elections,” Luqman explained.

While speaking, he also said that in a few days to come, the party will inaugurate its northwest zone presidential campaign team.

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