By; IBRAHIM ADAMU, Kaduna
The Coalition Of North East APC Youth has called on party stakeholders to rally behind Senator Muhammad Sani Musa as National Chairman of the party .
In a press statement, coordinator of the coalition, Honorable Umar Waziri Kumo expressed confidence in the Senator whom he described as epitome of exemplary leadership capable of ensuring a landslide victory for the ruling party at the 2023 polls.
He revealed that the Niger State senator had been a grassroot mobilizer , a charismatic politician and philanthropist of worth, whom he noted would be a great asset for APC in its march to maintain power at the center.
Kumo stated that APC as a true national party, needs the stewardship of an individual devoid of controversies and financial misappropriation, adding that the Senator from Niger State had a clean bill of health, which according to him, would be a huge advantage for the party to win more hearts from Nigerian electorate.
He hinted that the business administration graduate from ABU Zaria has already mapped out a blueprint and roadmap to seamless victory at 2023 polls should he be availed the chance to preside over the party as its National Chairman.
“Senator Musa’s credentials, high moral standard, astuteness in politics and above all in leadership cannot be overemphasized.
“He has demonstrated tact and ingenuity in legislative affairs as they concern welfare and wellbeing of the masses.
“The Senator has been proactive and effective in oversight function , ensuring that MDAs discharge their duties transparently and in compliance with rules and regulations guiding the civil service.
“He abhors corruption and dishonest behaviors in his relations with the people he comes across both in public and private enterprises .
“We strongly believe the Senator will unite our aggrieved members across the country to make them see reasons why they should work for the success of our party.
“We therefore, urge loyal party men and women to support Senator Muhammad Sani Musa as National Chairman of APC as we move into electioneering period,” Kumo pleaded.