Fresh News : Former Niger deputy governor, Alhaji Ahmed Musa Ibeto resigns from Tinubu’s APC presidential Campaign Council
Alhaji Ahmed Musa Ibeto, a former deputy governor of Niger State, has resigned from the APC’s Presidential Campaign Council (APC)
The former ambassador of Ibeto Nigeria to South Africa also resigned from his positions as assistant secretary of the North Central Directorate of Mobilization and chairman of “organs and committees” of the APC.
Ibeto noted a lack of cohesion among members in his letter of resignation, which he handed to the APC Chairman on Tuesday, January 3, 2023, in Magama’s Ibelu Central Ward.
Part of the letter reads: “Mr Chairman, with my many years of active participation in politics and as a former party administrator, an elected official into many political offices I have come to the conclusion for many reasons among which are the absence of unity of purpose among party members and stakeholders”
This he said in the letter is also “occasioned by internal conflicts, unending litigations, threats and counter threats of anti party activities, lack of genuine reconciliation coupled with lack of commitment and dedication to the success of the party by many stakeholders
” For these obvious reasons I conclude that I cannot continue to be a member of the party
“Mr Chairman by this resignation I cease to be a member of of the Presidential Campaign Council PCC and All organs and committees of the party”.
You know you can’t have everyone on your side all the time, Mr. Hamza Waziri, Chairman of Media and Publicity of the APC PCC in Niger state, stated in response to the development.