Atiku: I Visited APC Secretariat to Appraise Challenges of Our Party

July 19, 2016, 10:46 am

Former Vice President and chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Atiku Abubakar, on Tuesday, said his visit to the national secretariat of the party was to appraise the challenges confronting it and proffer suggestions on how to manage such challenges..

He dismissed reports that his visit was a response to summons by the leadership of the party.

According to him, “my visit to the national secretariat of our great party was to rub minds with the party hierarchy, and it was of a routine kind as a chieftain of the party.

“I was neither summoned nor queried by the party on any issue as being speculated. Rather, my visit was at my own behest.

“As a party chieftain, I owe it a duty to my party to appraise challenges within the structures of the party and also proffer suggestions on how to manage those challenges.

"I urge you all to discountenance any malicious insinuations about my visit to the party secretariat, the Turaki Adamawa concluded.

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