Written by David LAWANI

Group congratulates APC Ag spokesman advises Saraki to step down

The Conference of APC Publicity Secretaries, CAPS, has congratulated the appointment of the Deputy National Publicity Secretary, Mr. Yekini Nabena as the Acting National Publicity Secretary of All Progressives Congress, APC, following the resignation of Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi.

This view was contained in a statement jointly signed by six zonal publicity secretaries of the ruling All Progressives Congress and made available to journalists.  

"CAPS has no doubt that Hon. Nabena is abreast with the capacity and experience to carry on the task of effectively managing the image, internal and external communications of the APC preparotory into the 2019 general elections and thereafter.  

"CAPS has accepted the exit of Mallam Abdullahi from the APC and its appreciates the time spent and worked together and wish him well in his future political career.  

"In view of the spate of movements of politicians across the different political parties and particularly the defection of the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki from APC to PDP, CAPS admits that it is within the rights of the senate president to choose where to pitch his political tent.

"However, CAPS asvised the Senate President to resign from the position immediately. We believe that Dr. Bukola Saraki, as a member of the minority PDP, has lost the moral ground to continue as the Senate President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria," the statement added.  

Those regional publicity secretaries that signed the statement include: Engr. Yahaya Bashir (North-West), Hon. Taiwo Olatunbosun (South-West), Engr. Usman Adaji (North-Central), Senibo Finebone (South-South), Mr. Sule Garba (North-East), Arc. Okelo Madukaife (South-East), Secretary and Engr. Joe Igbokwe (Chairman)

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