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IDRIS Shehu

A political pressure group, Coalition of Northern Youths in Politics, an umbrella body of Northern Nigerian Youths, has endorsed Senator Muhammad Sani Musa (313) as the next APC National Chairman

The National Convention of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) gathers momentum, party supporters and political pressure group have been mounting weight on the choice of their preferred aspirants to the APC national chairmanship.

The recent of such groups is the Coalition of Northern Youths in Politics (CONYIP) endorsing the national chairmanship of Senator Muhammad Sani Musa (313) representing Niger East senatorial district in the Senate, for the party.

The coalition in a press statement shortly after its management meeting in Bauchi, said Senator Musa’s uncompromising commitment to the APC right from its merger days to date.

The group chairman, Engr. Auwal M. Gotal said in the statement that their body okayed Senator Musa’s commitment towards promoting youth inclusiveness in governance as the cardinal reason for the endorsement to the APC national chairmanship.

Gotal said Senator Musa is the best candidate for the position of national chairman of the party, “We want him in the position because of his concern for the party and it’s members”.

Engr. Auwal Gotal revealed that the coalition has also resolved to go round the 19 Northern States to garner more supports from stakeholders for Senator Muhammad Musa before the APC convention slated for February 26, this year.

“Sen Sani Musa 313 is the only viable option that will unite the party while also maintaining strong neutrality in spearheading the affairs of the Party. It is against this backdrop that we are strongly behind the candidature of Sen. Sani Musa 313.”

Gotal therefore solicits the support of all APC stakeholders, particularly the party’s national delegates to the national convention to ensure that they take decision in favour of national interest of all APC members in Nigeria.

He also said that the group had conducted wide consultations within the party, women and youth groups before endorsement.

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