A group within the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in Nigeria, APC Ward to Ward Ambassadors on Tuesday unveiled its logo with a promise to reunite all the party members across the federation.
The group, in a statement jointly signed by Dr Myke Ozurumba, Dr Mustapha Sander and Dr Frank Dike and made available to CityMirrorNews in Abuja, threw their support behind the call of President Mohammed Buhari for APC members to withdraw all court cases.
APC Ward to Ward Ambassadors said one of their missions is to ensure that there is no communication gap between the the people of the country and the ruling party.
“Throws support behind the call of President Mohammed Buhari for APC members to withdraw all court cases.
“Resolves to showcase successes of the APC led Federal Government of President Mohammed Buhari.
“Our mission is pure and simple. We are bridging Communication Gap between Nigerians and Their Party of Choice – APC
“The APC President Mohammadu Buhari-led federal government performances is the most under reported in the history of Nigeria and this, regrettably is the only object for opposition politics in the country today.
“Unveiling APC Ward-to-Ward Ambassadors as a National Political Action group and enlisting men and women of youthful minds and genuine political leadership persuasions, in galvanizing the good wishes of Nigerians for progressive continuity.
Dr Myke Ozurumba: 07031514509,
Dr Mustapha Sander:08034531635
Dr Frank Dike: +15144658339
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