Why APC NWC Members Paid a Visit to Buhari, Ganduje speaks

The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Abdullahi Ganduje, has provided insight into the purpose behind his visit, along with a delegation of National Working Committee (NWC) members, to the immediate past President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, in Katsina State.

This visit took place in Daura, the hometown of the former President, on Monday.

In a statement released in Abuja by his Chief Press Secretary, Edwin Olofu, the former governor of Kano State explained that the primary objective of their visit was to formally introduce the new leadership of the APC to the former President and extend their felicitations on Nigeria’s 63rd Independence anniversary.

Ganduje emphasized, “It is mainly to introduce the newly constituted National Working Committee of our great party. And also to show to him our solidarity and to thank him for what he has done for the country in eight years.

“To also congratulate him on the Independence Day celebration, 63 years of development for Nigeria for which eight years must be a portion for his administration. That is why we are here in Daura at his residence, and we thank him for receiving us.”

Regarding the recent successes of the APC in several Tribunal judgments, the National Chairman commented, “Of course, seeing is believing and we are happy and comfortable. But that is not enough.

“We have three off-season elections coming up in Kogi, Bayelsa and Imo. Insha Allah, we will also win these elections. So, we are happy with the developments.”