By; MOHAMMED MUNIRAT NASIR, Gusau
There is no end in sight in the internal crisis rocking the All Progressives Congress (APC) as a group known as APC Youth Rescue Mission has opposed the recent endorsement of former Zamfara State Governor, Alhaji Abdul’Aziz Yari Abubakar for the position of national chairman of APC.
A statement by the national president of the group, Bello Bakyasuwa Maradun said the allegedly recent endorsement of Yari by a group known as APC Aspirant Forum was not only unacceptable but also of no any weight.
“We don’t need to mention that Abdulaziz Yari will in fact be a disaster and a destruction to the APC Because of his track records of political destruction which all Nigerians witnessed in Zamfara State during the last General elections.
“For us, Abdulaziz Yari is not a politician but an opportunist who wants to use the party to further his Agenda in Zamfara. We therefore stands on the side of the truth that the like of Yari should never be given the opportunity to lead the APC.
The so called APC Aspirant Forum who endorsed Yari did only because only God knows what transpired between them and Yari to have gone to an extent of trying to destroy our party and not because of their love for the party,” he said.
Bakyasuwa said the APC Youth Rescue Mission is out to say no to the disastrous move by those he described as selfish politicians.
“We are proud progressives and we shall do all it takes to drive conservatives away whose aim is to destroy the party.
“We have all witnessed how Yari’s selfish interest led the APC to failure in Zamfara state, we have all known about his corruption allegations and many other indices that completely disqualified him from even thinking of leading the APC at the National level.
“As the national president of this great mission and a member of the the APC Aspirant Forum, I wish to assure all APC members that we shall not allow the like of Yari to lead our party to destruction, we shall remain committed to retirement of anyone who may likely pose a threat to our dear party,” he said.