By Mosunmola Ayobami,Kwara
The Marafa of Shonga, Alhaji. Abubakar Ndakene has stressed on the need to have a successful membership registration and revalidation exercise across All Progressive Congress (APC) states in order to unite and build the ruling party stronger.
Ndakene stated this while addressing APC stakeholders meeting in EDU LGA during a sensitization programme forward supervisors on Tuesday at his residence.
He noted that the sensitization programme was organized to better educate the selected supervisors on the aims, modalities and procedures of the exercise.
The Marafa of Shonga, who was the Chief Host, called on the membership registration supervisors at the ward levels to always cooperate with members of the party for a smooth and rancor free exercise.
He called on the people of Edu LGA not to relent in their continued support towards the success of the Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq-led administration.
Speaking at programme, the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Youth and Job Creation, Barrister Aliyu Alhassan explained why the assignment must be carried out in line with the rules guiding the party in order to achieve productive results at the end of the whole exercise
Similarly,Engr. Yunusa Yahaya Bulldozer, advised the officials saddled with the responsibilities of the registration exercise to carry out their assignments with a sense of duty and dedication.
Earlier, the Secretary to the State Government, Prof. Mamman Saba Jibril who was represented by Alhaji. Mohammed Kudu Mamman, urged party officials to support the registation committee through mass mibilization.
He implored members to stay vigilant throughout the exercise, and report any suspicious activities capable of disrupting peace and order to security agencies.
The sensitization programme was attended by Edu local government APC Party Executives under the chairmanship of Alhaji. Mohammed Aliyu Labasa, Chairman, Teaching Service Commission Mallam. Abubakar Tauheed Bello, Alhaji. Mohammed Tsadu Mamman, Alhaji. Maryam Alhassan Nasko, as well as other top present and past government functionaries.