The All Progressives Congress (APC) National Working Committee (NWC) confirmed the recent appointment of officers to fill vacant zonal positions in NWC and zonal positions of the party.
Sen. Ajibola Basiru, the Party’s National Secretary made this known during a media briefing on Wednesday, on the outcome of the NWC meeting held at the APC National Secretariat.
He announced the names of the newly appointed officers and their respective positions.
Some of the positions and officers include: Deputy National Chairman, North (North East Zone), Hon. Ali Bukar Dalori of Borno State; National Vice Chairman (North West), Hon. Garba Datti Muhammad of Kaduna State; National Legal Adviser (North Central), Prof. Abdul Karim Abubakar Kana of Nasarawa State; National Welfare Secretary (South East Zone), Hon. Donatus Nwankpa of Abia State; National Women Leader (South South Zone), Mary Alile Idele, of Edo State; Deputy National Publicity Secretary (North Central Zone), Duro Meseko of Kogi State, and Zonal Organising Secretary (North Central Zone), Ikani Shuaibu.
According to Sen. Basiru l, the appointment of the officers was done in line with the directive of the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the All Progressive Congress (APC) made on August 3, 2023.
“The constitution of the party, article 13, gives the NEC power to act in between elections. The same NEC in the meeting of 3rd August empowered the NWC with the delegation of power to act in filling the vacant positions. So, we acted in line with the constitution of our party,” Sen. Basiru stated.
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