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Kogi APC to punish members over anti-party activity during poll

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The All Progressives Congress in Kogi State has expressed plans to punish all members who worked against the success of the party in the November 11, 2023, governorship election in the state.


Disclosing this on Wednesday, during the submission of the report of the Election Review Committee inaugurated recently, the Kogi State chairman of the party, Alhaji Abdullahi Bello, also assured that all loyal members who staked their lives for the party had nothing to worry about as they would be handsomely rewarded.


Bello however commended the committee for its painstaking work on the terms of reference of the assignment, while assuring the members, that the report would be implemented.


The Chairman also promised to reward critical stakeholders, leaders and party members who work assiduously for the success of the party, assuring that their efforts would not go in vain.


The co-chairman of the committee, Bashir Abubakar Gegu during the presentation of the report to the party chairman, revealed that the committee met all the stakeholders and members and was able to get relevant information.


He however called on the party to consider the issues of logistics, security, mobilisation and early release of funds to ensure a seamless election in the future.


It further called for the discipline of members who erred, while also calling for rewards for those who worked hard for the success of the party.


Some members of APC were accused of working for the opposition party during the last election in the state, hence the discipline by the leadership of the ruling party.

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