The All Progressive Congress in Taraba State has taken steps to address the complaints received on the recent ward congresses conducted in the state.
Amb. Ahmad Abdulmalik Chairman of the Appeal Panel of the party for Taraba informed at the stakeholders meeting of the party in Jalingo on Tuesday, that the team was in the state to officially received complaints arising from the conduct of the ward congresses in the state.
According to him, APC was growing stronger in Taraba because of the calibre of persons the party has in the state, adding that the party will do everything to unite members ahead of the 2023 elections.
“I want to first of all call for understanding among party members. We must unite to move the party forward.
“We have come to hear your complaints and find a way forward to help the party win the governorship seat in the state in 2023.
“With the calibre of persons we have in the APC here in Taraba, our victory come 2023 is assured.”
Earlier, Caretaker Chairman of the party in the State, Barr. Ibrahim El-Suldi said the committee was in the state to address complaints from aggrieved members who were not satisfied with the outcome of the ward congresses that was recently conducted in the state.
El-Suldi announced that a register was opened at the party’s Secretariat in Jalingo to receive complaints from aggrieved members of the party.
It was also gathered that Engr. Salleh Mamman, the Minister of Power and Senator Abubakar Yusuf representing Taraba Central among other stakeholders had disagreed over the mode of the congresses. The situation is threatening the unity of the party in the state.