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Kwankwaso’s man, Buba Galadima, leads new APC faction


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Jaafar Jaafar is a graduate of Mass Communication from Bayero University, Kano. He was a reporter at Daily Trust, an assistant editor at Premium Times and now the editor-in-chief of Daily Nigerian.
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A top political ally of a former governor of Kano State, Buba Galadima, has been chosen to lead the new faction of the All Progressives Congress, APC, on Wednesday in Abuja.

Mr Galadima was one of the top political strategists of President Muhammadu Buhari before he pitched tent with Mr Kwankwaso in the build-up to the 2015 general elections.

The new faction is named Reformed-APC is made up of aggrieved members of the ruling APC, hitherto known as New PDP members.

Rising from the meeting at the Sheraton Hotels, Mr Galadima said the new faction was formed due to the failure of the APC.

They described APC as “severely underperforming and unable to meet its potentials for good governance.”

“We are sad to report that after more than three years of governance, our hopes have been betrayed, our expectations completely dashed.

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“The APC has run a rudderless, inept and incompetent government that has failed to deliver good governance to the Nigerian people.

“It has rather imposed dictatorship, impunity, abuse of power, a complete abdication of constitutional and statutory responsibilities, infidelity to the rule of law and constitutionalism.

“It has failed to ensure the security and welfare of our people and elevated nepotism to unacceptable height.

“The APC has failed to deliver on its key promises to the nation. There is no evidence of any political will to reverse the decline of our party, while leaders who have created these circumstances continue to behave as if Nigerians owe our party votes as a matter of right,” he added.

He said recently-concluded APC ward and state congresses were conducted with “impunity, total disregard for due process.”

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According to him, the friction in the APC resulted in parallel congresses in 24 states of Abia, Adamawa, Bauchi, Bayelsa, Benue, Borno, Cross River, Delta, Enugu, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Lagos, Niger, Ondo, Oyo, Rivers, Sokoto and Zamfara.

The new EXCO members of the R-APC include:

Yobe State – Buba Galadima (National Chairman)

Kano State – Bala Muhd Gwagwarwa (National Deputy Chairman, North)

Abia State – Chief Theo Nkire (National Deputy Chairman, South East)

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Ondo State – Hon. Eko Olakunle (National Vice Chairman South West)

Kaduna State – Hon. Hussaini Dambo (National Vice Chairman North West)

Kogi State – Mahmud Mohammed Abubakar – (National Vice Chairman, North Central)

Benue State – Hon. Godwin Akaan (Deputy National Secretary)

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Oyo State -Dr Fatai Atanda (National Secretary)

Edo State – Kassim Afegbua (National Publicity Secretary)

Adamawa State – Daniel Bwala (Financial Secretary)

Jigawa State – Abba Malami Taura (Deputy National Auditor)

Kwara State -Hon. Kayode Omotosho (National Treasurer)

Anambra State -Barr. Nicholas Asuzu (National Youth Leader)

Rivers State – Barr. Baride A. Gwezia (Legal Adviser)

Katsina State – Haj Aisha Kaita (National Woman Leader)

Bauchi State – Mrs. Fatima Adamu (National Welfare Secretary)

Ogun State -Alh. Isiak Akinwumi (Deputy Financial Secretary)

Zamfara State – Alh. Bashir Mai Mashi (Deputy National Treasurer)

Abuja – Hauwa Adam Mamuda (Deputy Welfare Secretary)

Sokoto State – Hon. Shuaibu Gwanda Gobir (Deputy National Publicity Secretary)

Katsina State – M. T. Liman (National Organising Secretary)

Niger State – Dr Theo Sheshi ( Deputy National Organising Secretary)

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