APC group backs Musa over loyalty

Members of the All Progressives Congress, South West Coalition, on Wednesday, endorsed Senator Sani Musa as its preferred candidate for the 10th Senate Presidency.

Musa is the senator representing Niger East Senatorial District and one of the top contenders for the Senate President of the 10th Senate that will be inaugurated in June.

Stating the reasons for the group’s endorsement, the group Coordinator, Ade Ifeshile, stated that Musa was loyal to the party’s ideals and philosophies, and had “paid his dues in party politics.”

He added that Musa showed his loyalty to the party by stepping down from his ambition to be the national chairman of the APC in 2022.

Musa was one of the chairmanship aspirants of the APC in 2022.

Former governor of Nasarawa State, Abdullahi Adamu, emerged as the party’s leader in March 2022.

Ifeshile, in a release on Wednesday, said, “The respected senator, who is the current Chairman of the Committee on Senate Services, exhibited his loyalty to the APC when he stepped down for the National Chairman of the party, Adamu Abdullahi, last year, in compliance with the party’s directives.

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“It is also worthy of note that the distinguished senator had, over time, made a lot of sacrifices for the progress of the party since its formation.

“Despite being one of the major financiers of the party in Niger State, which is his home state, he had also sacrificed his senatorial ambition for the stability of the party in 2015 when the party was still at the nascent stage.

“The same sacrifice he made during the party convention in 2022 when he jettisoned his ambition to become the party’s National chairman.”

Ifeshile added that the group would support Musa’s candidacy by “writing special letters” detailing his leadership qualities, virtues and competence to all elected APC senators in the southwest region.”

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