Kaduna - A former Chairman of the All Progressives Congress [APC] in Kaduna State, Hakeem Baba-Ahmed, said President Muhammadu Buhari must intervene to fix the crisis in the party and save it from disintegration.
Baba-Ahmed made the appeal in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria [NAN] in Kaduna on Sunday.
According to him, the problems affecting the party have been left to linger for too long and must be settled in the next few months, if the party hopes to retain power in 2019.
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“Even if you can forgive some of the crisis and blame it on in experience, you cannot forgive the fact that we have tolerated this crisis for too long.
“They have persisted, and that is not something we should excuse, we should not also excuse the existence of massive problems in states and at the national level.
“Those who have the responsibility of fixing the APC as a political platform are not fixing it.
“It is what we are seeing now; a large number of powerful people within APC are walking away from it, thinking that it is beyond redemption.
“That is unfortunate and I think it is a major set back for the party.
“The APC must reinvent itself and rediscovere its mission to lead this country, not through a one term presidency or governance, but to actually build a different Nigeria that will meet the yearnings of our children and beyond.”