Abuja - The All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP) has expressed its readiness to strengthen the ongoing merger with other progressive political parties.
The Chairman, Board of Trustees of the party, Modu Sherif, made this known to newsmen at the end of its BOT meeting in Abuja on Tuesday.
He expressed optimism that ANPP was one of the most entrenched political parties among the merging parties.
According to Sherif, the BOT has assessed what the party men and women are doing across the country and are satisfied with their performance so far.
`` We have discussed with other merging parties and we have received the final report on the outcome of the reconciliation meeting on the constitution and manifesto of the proposed merger party.
`` The party will on Thursday in Abuja take its final stand on the proposed merger.”
Sherif said the BOT had deliberated on the reports of the committee on rebuilding the party and that of the merger committee.
The chairman said the BOT was satisfied with the performance of the committee, the executive and the leaders of the party across the country.