Over 100 APC, PDP Members Dump Their Parties For ADC In Kogi « CmaTrends
Tons of of members from the ruling All Progressives Congress, (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Get collectively have joined the African Democratic Congress, (ADC), in Kogi State.
The earlier members of the APC and PDP formally dumped their get collectively on Friday on the newly elected Executives of ADC State Congress held in Lokoja.
Receiving the model new entrants, the member Representing Yagba Federal Constituency throughout the Home of Representatives, Leke Abejide, talked about they’ll go away no stone unturned in guaranteeing that ADC turns right into a household title throughout the Politics of the State.
In accordance with him, the get collectively is out to rescue Nigeria and Kogi State from mal-administration.
The lawmaker often called on males of integrity to hitch the ADC throughout the state, describing the get collectively as a result of the oldsters’s get collectively.
Earlier in a speech, the Nationwide Chairman of ADC, Okey Nwosu, lauded the model new members for his or her braveness to dump their former get collectively together with that, the newly elected executives of the get collectively must step up their recreation by profitable additional seats throughout the 2023 Basic election.
Nwosu praised the federal lawmaker for doing the ADC proud, together with that his efforts are the reason why an entire lot of people are dumping their get collectively to hitch the ADC.
In his acceptance speech, the newly elected State Chairman of ADC, Ogga Temitope Kingsley promised to justify the boldness reposed on him and his crew by working assiduously to reposition the get collectively for progress and enchancment.
He assured of his dedication to profitable additional members to the get collectively and solicited the help of all get collectively members to achieve his new venture.
The State Congress of the ADC was monitored by the officers of the Impartial Nationwide Electoral Fee led by James Chide and completely different security companies.