An All Progressives Congress (APC) national chairmanship aspirant, Senator Mohammed Sani Musa, yesterday visited former Gombe State governor and senator representing Gombe Central, Mohammad Danjuma Goje, at his Asokoro home in Abuja.
The meeting was in continuation of Senator Musa’s outreach and consultations with APC leaders ahead of the March 26 national convention.
Musa explained that the current issues bedevilling the party were temporary and could be resolved with the right leadership.
Reeling out his plans for the party, if elected APC National Chairman, Musa promised to unite all aggrieved persons, provide a level playing field for all and enshrine the principles of internal democracy in the running of the party affairs.
The APC chieftain said he would institutionalise the party, as the largest in Africa, to groom leaders, support elected party officials and carry out a holistic restructuring of its architecture.
Musa, who is the Chairman of the Senate Services Committee, also promised to adapt to a participatory work style that would usher in visionary and pacesetting leadership for the party to guarantee affirmative actions.”
Under my leadership, the party will embrace more technology in our operations, which will reduce waste and abuse of our party’s best practices.
“We will run a party that will preserve the legacy of our founding fathers to build a strong country that is more tolerant, more prosperous and fairer by giving every member of the party equal opportunity,” he said.
Goje stressed the need for APC to support an energetic and a trustworthy candidate, who is self-made and would not be tempted by inducements from corrupt politicians aspiring for political offices.
The Gombe senator lauded Musa’s effort and commitment on his chairmanship blueprint to rebuild the party from bottom-up in order to ensure that every member’s interest is accommodated within the confines of the party’s constitution.