Aliyu commends peaceful conduct of Kogi APC Congresses

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By Joyce Remi- Babayeju

The Federal Capital Territory Minister of State, Dr. Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu has commended the peaceful conduct of the All Progressives Congress, APC,  party congresses held in the Federal Capital Territory and Kogi state on Saturday.  
The minister who expressed happiness congratulated Hon Abdulmalik Usman, and Hon. Abdullahi Bello, for their re-election as state chairmen of FCT and Kogi state chapter of the All Progressives Congress respectively. 

She described their re-elections and the peaceful conduct of the state congresses as a testament of the party’s preparedness to win the general elections come 2023, also commended other members of the state executives on their emergence.  

She said,  “I am delighted with the outcome of the APC congress in the Federal Capital Territory. It witnessed the presence of majorities of the FCT stakeholders and other party faithful. It was most peaceful and rancour free.”  
“The re-election of Hon Abdulmalik Usman along side his other executive members is a clear testimony that dedication and hard work never remains unpaid.

You always bring positive energy to the party. Your re-election is one of the best decisions our party has ever made. Congratulations!”  

Similarly, the minister said she was overwhelmed by the joy of seeing, Hon. Abdullahi Bello’s, emergence as the chairman of the All Progressives Congress in Kogi state, noting that the party would be more focused come 2023.  

“I feel so overwhelmed by the joy of seeing you being re-elected. You made us all proud with this win. I’m so happy that your talent and hard work had finally been rewarded. You really deserved this position more than anyone else”, she affirmed.  

She  called on others to join hands with the newly elected executive members of the party, Aliyu and assured that with the peaceful conduct of the state congresses the party is more prepared to challenge any opposition party in the forthcoming general elections.

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