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Top APC chieftain calls for prayers over Tinubu’s health, APC crisis

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A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has raised concerns about the party’s internal problems ahead of the May 29 swearing-in for President-elect, Bola Tinubu, and other elected officials.

The APC stakeholder, who is a former National Working Committee (NWC) member, alleged that the party is battling with some internal issues that could affect the smooth running of the party and the transition programme.

The chieftain expressed concerns about Tinubu’s health status, which could change all permutations of the party as members of the 10th National Assembly jostle for the zoning of the principal offices in the Senate and House of Representatives.

He called on party stakeholders and elected 10th Assembly members to be concerned about the long absence of the President-elect, noting that if all was well, those jostling for the leadership of the 10th Assembly would have visited the President-elect wherever he was in the world.

A few weeks after the presidential election result was announced, Tinubu’s aide, Tunde Rahman, released a statement stating that his principal was travelling to France and UK to undertake rest and after which to the Muslim Holy Land for lesser Hajj.

Rahman noted that Tinubu decided to take a break after the hectic campaign and election season to rest in Paris and London, adding that the President-elect would also prepare to go to Saudi Arabia for Umrah (Lesser Hajj) and the Ramadan Fasting.

However, the APC chieftain alleged that the President-elect has not started the transition programme, which is worrisome, given the party’s internal problems.

He observed that many party members went for lesser hajj, and none of them visited Tinubu, which is suggesting something.

The former NWC member further stated that the party’s National Working Committee is not in unity, as allegations against the National Chairman, Senator Abdullahi Adamu, from the National Vice Chairman North West, Salihu Lukman, are not alone.

The APC chieftain called on the party to be more circumspect in the situation, noting that the recent report in the media that the President-elect was in a hospital in the USA has not been rebutted.

He, however, pledged to continue to pray for the good health of the President-elect while expecting the party to resolve its internal problems before the swearing-in on May 29.

This article was updated 3 months ago


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