….says is a victory for all party members
A Philanthropist and politician from Adamawa Northern Senatorial District, Alhaji Hamisu Idris Medugu has congratulated the Adamawa newly elected party leaders of the All Progressives Congress.
The Young and visionary business Man has praised the process of how the state congress was conducted and the manner in which delegates have peaceful elected their leaders of choices.
Hamisu while congratulating Alhaji Ibrahim Bilal for his reelection mandate and the entire Executives he said the party has passed another hurdle of its conceived victory in 2023.
According to him returning Ibrahim Bilal is a big plus to the party who knows what it is and what it takes to deal with all party’s issues on ground.
He said Ibrahim knows any nitty-gritty, the woes of the party, and has the exact pills to use for total unity of Adamawa APC.
Idris who is aspiring to be the next Senator of the Adamawa Northern Senatorial District said the party has reached a threshold of victory and Unity let no one temper with the tempo of success already established.
He called on all those that cannot make it up to winning position and those that stepped down or withdrawn before the beginning of the election to consider this a success for all party members.
While calling on Bilal to stand firm for the unity of the party and form a formidable committee for peace mediation among party ill feel members,he said Ibrahim has on him the big mandate to be fair to all party faithfuls in all aspects and party agenda.
“I’m so glad our party had a peaceful congress and brought in Alhaji Bilal as our Chairman, I see this as a stepping stone to our collective victory in 2023.
” It is a huge success if you consider the divergence interest, nobody would have thought it will end this way seeing all that happened to other states across the nation.
“My hearty congratulations to all of them, I wish them a great time and peaceful tenure that will bring greater successes to the party and sons and daughters of the party who may want to aspire for one post or the other.
“Once again congratulations Sirs and Mas,” Idris said