Maiduguri - The All Progressives Congress (APC) is currently enmeshed in crisis over who the party should pick to replace the late Senator Ahmad Khalifa Zanna in the Senate, reports Daily Post
Many party supporters in the state are kicking against plans by the party’s leadership in the state to impose a particular candidate on the party.
The aggrieved party members are asking the party to create a level playing field for all the candidates.
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The aggrieved party members, who addressed a press conference on Thursday, said they were not going to bow to pressure from any quota, and would not anoint a particular candidate even if the State governor has ordered so.
Zanna was re-elected to represent Borno Central in the Senate but died before the upper chamber was inaugurated on June 9.
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