Nabena takes over as APC’s appearing National Publicity Secretary – Haaglo
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Nabena takes over as APC’s appearing National Publicity Secretary

The Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the Governing All Progressives Congress (APC), Mr. Yekini Nabena, stated that he had taken over the workplace of Malam Lanre Issa-Onilu in appearing capability in deference to a Sokoto High Court order.

A Sokoto High Court had final week restrained the social gathering from appointing or electing “Malam Lanre Issa-Onilu or any member” into its prime positions besides by means of a nationwide conference.

In an announcement made obtainable to The Guardian, Nabena stated he would play Onilu’s function pending decision of the matter.

The Bayelsa State-born politician, nevertheless, sought understanding among the many APC supporters worldwide whilst he urged the media and different stakeholders to co-operate with him in finishing up the task as regular.

According to him: “APC is a regulation abiding social gathering and as leaders of the social gathering, we have to be seen doing the suitable factor in any respect time, together with respecting the order of the courtroom. In lieu of this, Malam Onilu has begun the method of vacating the order of the Sokoto High Court restraining him however pending the time this might be executed, I’ll act in his place.

“Unlike the former ruling party, APC has high regard for the judiciary and we must be seen at all time practising what we preach.”

Meanwhile, Onilu in his response, stated there was no any such courtroom judgment restraining him from exercising his energy as publicity secretary of the social gathering, including that Nabena was chasing shadow.”



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