APC Membership Registration Targeting 100 Million Nigerians – Senate President

 ***Says party determined to dominate Nigeria’s political space  
President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, has said that the ongoing membership registration and revalidation exercise of the All Progressives Congress (APC)  is targeted at making over one hundred million Nigerians members of the ruling party. 

According to Lawan, the exercise was conceived to further democratize the party ahead of the 2023 General Elections and also reposition the APC to dominate the country’s political space by winning more elective seats at the state and federal levels of government. 

The Senate President made this known immediately after revalidating his membership of the party at Katuzu ward in Bade local government Area of Yobe North Senatorial District on Saturday. 

Lawan while speaking to journalists said the registration and revalidation exercise would afford the youths a critical role in governance, and provide Nigerians at the grassroots the opportunity of being major stakeholders in the nation’s decision making process. 

He added that the exercise became imperative in view of the need to weed out members of the APC who had decamped to other political parties and are still recorded in the party’s register and also to afford new or intending members the opportunity to get registered.  

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