Professor Orikeze Vitalis Ajumbe, head of the All Progressive Congress of the APC, Imo State, urged the All Progressive Congress of the APC to move their national convention towards 2022.
In his statement in Owerri, the former Commissioner for Internal Revenue, IGR and Pensions, and later the Information Commissioner for the Imo State, Ajumbe, stated the necessity of delaying the convention until 2022 to enable the national custodial committee to draught a perfect Constitution for the party.
According to him, “The APC cannot have the capital in one year for the financing of two conventions. One in June 2021 and a second in the middle of 2022. May the Committee hold a new lead of our big party and our presidential flag till the 2022 convention? Carrier
In Imo State one of the legacy political parties that created an APC, for a period of 8 years Ajumbe, who was chairman of the dead All Nigeria Peoples Party, ANPP, said “that the National Caretaker Committee needs to provide more correct membership data of the APC, because registration and revalidation data remain collected.”
He also found that increasing insecurity in the country is another reason why it is necessary to extend the national custodian committee.
“Everywhere there is insecurity, and the time has come for this meeting to happen. Our members’ security is of utmost importance.
His Excellency, Governor Mai Mala Buni, led the Caretaker Committee, said that Ajumbe was doing very well. Kudos told this committee. I want to help all APC members as its leadership brings unity to the party.