APC Chieftain advocates for party leader in Bauchi
By Ahmed Ahmed
A Chieftain of All Progressive Congress (APC) in Bauchi state Alhaji Aminu Tukur appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to identify a Party leader for the party in the state.
Tukur made the call while speaking with newsmen in Bauchi weekend, said the president needed to wade into the differences of the party loyalists to identify a leader that will take responsibility for the party in the state.
He said the party in the state needs a leader that will take responsibility of the party affairs from the national and who is committed to served the party.
He added Buhari’s intervention by providing the enabling atmosphere and the leader would provide a sense of belonging to the party.
Tukur who is a former lawmaker expressed worry that the division in the party would create internal crisis as well disintegrate the party in the state.
He lamented that the crisis and division was one of the results of the inability of the party leadership to manage and accommodate dissenting opinions within its ranks.
He also noted that the crisis or division among the party members could result in factions which could cause inconveniences for the party loyalists.
The chieftain suggested that the President should name or form the leadership that would noture peace accord within the party.
According to him, the former Governor Mohammed and the former speaker Yakubu Dogara have broker truce between them to strengthen the party in the state.
“The step was a right step in the right direction which would unite the APC loyalists and to avert creating differences,” he said.
Tukur urged members in the state to remain focused, he called on the leadership of the party to immediately reposition the party in the state.