CAN condemns calls for Oshiomole’s sack

CAN condemns calls for Oshiomole’s sack

A bipartisan political pressure group, Change Advocates of Nigeria, CAN, has condemned calls by doomsayers for the resignation of National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Adams Oshiomhole. The National Coordinator of CAN, Mr. Comrade Osareniye Ikpomwonba, described the moves as a deliberate “attempt to heat up the polity and derail president Muhammadu Buhari” from


A bipartisan political pressure group, Change Advocates of Nigeria, CAN, has condemned calls by doomsayers for the resignation of National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Adams Oshiomhole.

The National Coordinator of CAN, Mr. Comrade Osareniye Ikpomwonba, described the moves as a deliberate “attempt to heat up the polity and derail president Muhammadu Buhari” from good governance.

His advice is contained in a press statement on Thursday in Benin City, Edo State where he passed a vote of confidence on the National Working Committee (NWC) of APC and work together in the collective interest of Nigeria.

He also charged them to live above board in the discharge of their assignment and shun acts that are untoward.

Ikpomwonba, assured that the second term of president Muhammadu Buhari will deliver on his electoral promises through constructive criticisms.

The Coordinator of CAN also advised wailers in a section of the Country to shun hate speech and divisive politics.

ADAMS OSHIOMHOLE, NATIONAL CHAIRMAN, ALL PROGRESSIVES CONGRESS

He also lamented the hoopla over zoning formula to be adopted ahead of “2023 general election as unreasonable.

According to him, “We believe that the second term of will bring a defining moment of democratic dividend to Nigerians.

“The focal point of true party a faithful is should be how to suggest, initiate, reach out, positively criticise policies and programmes of the Government in his drive in taking Nigeria and her people to the “NEXT LEVEL” of democratic tolerance, good governance, accountability, anti -corruption war, improved power distribution, youth empowerment through mechanised agriculture, development in agriculture, and others.

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