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APC Will Not Discriminate Against New Members – Kogi Govt



The Chief of Staff to the Governor of Kogi State, Edward Onoja has said that the ruling All Progressives Congress(APC) will not discriminate against new members coming into the party. Onoja gave the assurance during the official declaration of the retired Deputy Commissioner of Police, Aurelius Yusuf Adejoh and over 2,000 of his supporters who defected to APC in his country home, Adeh,Olamaboro local government area of the state. Onoja said that the party will treat both the old and new members of the party as equal members of the same family and will not give priority to any member of the party in the distribution of positions.  “We in APC will accord the same respect to all members no matter how long or new in the party, ” Onoja assured.

He described Adejoh as a personality whose wealth of experience would be invaluable asset to the party Adejoh who responded on behalf of other decampees, said that it was not only through elective positions that one can offer services to his community, noting that his mission in politics was to help his people in whatever capacity available. “In as much as I will be ready to offer my services to my people, I am not desperate as I can do that without necessarily seeking elective positions.” Although Adejoh did not rule out serving in elective capacity, he said such will depend on the people who will determine in what capacity they wanted him to serve. “My mission in politics is not to seek positions at the expense of anyone’s misfortune, it is the people that will determine what they wanted from me in terms of service”. He promised to do all within his power to mobilise his supporters to vote for President Buhari in the next year’s general elections and Governor Yahaya Bello later next year.





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