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24 September 2021The All Progressives Congress, Lagos State chapter, has said its appeal committee for local government congress has yet to receive any petition.The committee chairman, Ibrahim Akaje, said this on Thursday during a press briefing at the APC state secretariat on Acme road, Ikeja.
Akaje stated that the appeal committee was constituted by the APC National Secretariat to attend to complaints arising from the party’s recent local government congresses in the state.He said, “This committee is to attend to complaints or grievances arising from conduct of the party’s recent congresses held on Saturday, September 4, 2021, in Lagos State. So far, the committee is yet to receive any petition. It is incumbent at this juncture to appeal to all petitioners to feel free to present their grievances before the committee.”
Akaje assured members that justice would done in accordance with the rules guiding the party.“Our task is to arbitrate between the petitioners and those who were saddled with the responsibility of conducting the just concluded APC LGAs congresses in the state. headtopics.comRead more: The Punch Newspapers »
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