The National Working Committee (NWC) of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has taken a decisive step by dissolving the executives of all factions within the Rivers State chapter of the party. The announcement was made by the National Publicity Secretary, Felix Morka, following a crucial meeting at the party’s National Secretariat in Abuja.
The dissolution of the executives precedes the appointment of Tony Okocha as the Chairman of the state caretaker committee. This move is part of the party’s efforts to streamline its operations and foster unity within the Rivers State chapter. The seven-man state caretaker committee, including Okocha, is set to be inaugurated on Friday, with the ceremony to be officiated by the National Chairman, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje.
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The decision to dissolve the existing executives and establish a caretaker committee underscores the commitment of the APC’s highest administrative organ to address internal issues and strengthen party structures. This strategic move is expected to pave the way for a more cohesive and coordinated approach as the party prepares for upcoming political activities in the state.
Felix Morka, in his official statement, emphasized the significance of the decision and expressed confidence in the ability of Tony Okocha to steer the affairs of the party in Rivers State during this transitional period. The party aims to foster inclusivity and ensure that all members work together towards common goals.
This development comes at a time when political dynamics in various states are undergoing changes, and political parties are realigning their strategies in preparation for future elections. The APC’s decision to appoint a caretaker committee reflects a commitment to internal democracy and the resolution of intra-party disputes in a manner that strengthens the overall unity and effectiveness of the party.