APC Membership Update : Senator Omo - Agege Urges South - South Zone To Register En masse - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE



Sunday, January 24, 2021

APC Membership Update : Senator Omo - Agege Urges South - South Zone To Register En masse

From Jane  Okafor,  Abuja

The Deputy President of the Senate,  Senator Ovie Omo-Agege has called on members and intending members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) across the country, especially Delta state and South - South geopolitical zone, to register en masse as members of the party. 

The Party's membership registration and revalidation exercise commences nationwide tomorrow, Monday, as scheduled. 

Ovie  Omo - Agege,  said the important, and well-planned exercise will afford all subscribers to the progressive ideals of the APC an opportunity to be duly registered as members without “ discrimination or exclusion."

The Nigerian lawyer and Senator representing the Delta State Central Senatorial District,  in a statement on Sunday by his Executive Assistant, 
Aruviere Egharhevwa, urged all leaders and stakeholders of the party to work together to make the registration exercise  a huge success.
He noted that all politics is local, stressing that the overall objective of the  exercise is to grow the Party's membership strength and spread party from the grassroots.

"The overall objective of the membership registration exercise is to grow and strengthen our party from the grassroots. This is not and should not be adversarial at all. To win elections and govern, an organized and responsible party must consciously grow its base.

"It is, therefore, necessary and important for all our leaders and stakeholders to give unqualified support to this process by mobilizing our people to participate in it. We owe the Membership Registration Committee, and of course our national leadership, this solemn duty. Their success is our collective success.
"All politics is local, they say. In this regard, the DSP specifically tasks and encourages all leaders and major stakeholders of the APC in Delta State and the wider South-South geo-political zone to seize this moment to unite in the best interest of the party and our people. 

"Let us come together; mobilize our people to register as members of our party and strengthen the party thereby. It is the right thing to do," the statement reads in part. 


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