Salihu Lukman: What Tinubu said about my critics after I resigned as PGF DG

1/19/2022 5:46:00 PM

Salihu Lukman, former DG of APC Governors' Forum, has opened up that he held a meeting with Tinubu, after he resigned from the forum.

Salihu Lukman, former Director-General of Progressive Governors Forum (PGF), has opened up that he held a meeting with Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), after he resigned from the forum.

Salihu Lukman, former DG of APC Governors' Forum, has opened up that he held a meeting with Tinubu, after he resigned from the forum.

Daily TrustWed, 19 Jan 2022 15:40:56 GMTSalihu Lukman, former Director-General of Progressive Governors Forum (PGF), has opened up that he held a meeting with Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), after he resigned from the forum.

Lukman resigned on Monday amid the crisis which rocked the ruling party over its convention.Bumpy road to Feb 26 APC conventionIn a statement he issued on Wednesday, Lukman said he had refrained from making comments on his resignation because it has not been formally accepted by the party.

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JUST IN: Salihu Lukman Resigns As DG APC Governors ForumThe Director-General of the Progressive Governors Forum (PGF), Salihu Lukman, has resigned from his position. Lukman submitted his resignation letter to the Chairman of the Forum Abubakar Bagudu on Monday. Details of the letter are not available at this time but it is not unconnected to the convention controversy of the party. READ ALSO: … Continue reading JUST IN: Salihu Lukman Resigns As DG APC Governors Forum Them done go one by one People don’t resign in Nigeria, they are forced to resign. Governors forum still has a DG? Lmao! 😂😂😂. This Nigeria ehn, very soon, armed robbers will start having physical offices and business registration numbers. Lemme be going sef.

Some APC leaders became hostile over my criticisms, says Salihu Lukman on his resignation | TheCableSalihu Lukman, former director-general of the Progressive Governors Forum (PGF), says some leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) have become intolerant of criticisms and hostile because they are looking to hold office. OfficialAPCNg You know you are not a reliable party man and with zero followers. We are happy, you have resigned.

JUST IN: Salihu Lukman Resigns As DG APC Governors ForumThe Director-General of the Progressive Governors Forum (PGF), Salihu Lukman, has resigned from his position. Lukman submitted his resignation letter to the Chairman of the Forum Abubakar Bagudu on Monday. Details of the letter are not available at this time but it is not unconnected to the convention controversy of the party. READ ALSO: … Continue reading JUST IN: Salihu Lukman Resigns As DG APC Governors Forum Them done go one by one People don’t resign in Nigeria, they are forced to resign. Governors forum still has a DG? Lmao! 😂😂😂. This Nigeria ehn, very soon, armed robbers will start having physical offices and business registration numbers. Lemme be going sef.

Some APC leaders became hostile over my criticisms, says Salihu Lukman on his resignation | TheCableSalihu Lukman, former director-general of the Progressive Governors Forum (PGF), says some leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) have become intolerant of criticisms and hostile because they are looking to hold office. OfficialAPCNg You know you are not a reliable party man and with zero followers. We are happy, you have resigned.

Why I resigned - APC Governors Forum DGMr Lukman is known for his critical comments against the party he worked for, particularly its national leadership.

Shettima hails Tinubu, says leadership isn’t about lifting bag of cementKashim Shettima, has said those of the opinion that a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, They have started!!! They wont tell themselves the truth now, not trying to patch up at the long run😒 What’s does bag of cement as to do with leadership. Absolutely 🤗

By Daily Trust Wed, 19 Jan 2022 15:40:56 GMT Salihu Lukman, former Director-General of Progressive Governors Forum (PGF), has opened up that he held a meeting with Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), after he resigned from the forum.The Director-General of the Progressive Governors Forum (PGF), Salihu Lukman, has resigned from his position.Some APC leaders became hostile over my criticisms, says Salihu Lukman on his resignation Author: Dyepkazah Shibayan January 19, 2022 8:18 AM Salihu Lukman, former director-general of the Progressive Governors Forum (PGF), says some leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) have become tyrants.The Director-General of the Progressive Governors Forum (PGF), Salihu Lukman, has resigned from his position.

Lukman resigned on Monday amid the crisis which rocked the ruling party over its convention. Bumpy road to Feb 26 APC convention In a statement he issued on Wednesday, Lukman said he had refrained from making comments on his resignation because it has not been formally accepted by the party. Details of the letter are not available at this time but it is not unconnected to the convention controversy of the party. “I can confirm that it is true I have given my resignation to Forum Chairman, Abubakar Bagudu. The former director-general said he would continue with his campaign to return APC to its founding vision. I restrained myself from making any public statement on the matter because I am still awaiting acceptance. Governors of the APC had earlier Sunday met behind closed doors at the Kebbi Governors Lodge in Abuja. I have privately responded to many enquiries from party leaders, friends, family members and clarified that it is true that my decision to resign from my position is to enable me to continue with the campaign to return APC to its founding vision, which is to build a party that is not only democratic but oriented based on social democratic principles. The governors deliberated on the contentious national convention of the party and also insisted on holding the planned February convention of the APC.

” “Interestingly, following the news of my resignation, many party leaders and members called to express these worries. More on Politics. “I have privately responded to many enquiries from party leaders, friends, family members and clarified that it is true that my decision to resign my position is to enable me to continue with the campaign to return APC to its founding vision, which is to build a party that is not only democratic but oriented based on social democratic principles. One of the party leaders who honoured me with an invitation to meet him late on Tuesday, January 17, 2022, was Bola Tinubu. He commended me for championing the campaigns to reform the party and expressed shock that some members of the Forum were intolerant to criticism. “He argued that any party leader who will not accommodate critical opinion on a fundamental issue such as respecting decisions and especially a matter as sensitive as organising the National Convention, which is the highest organ of the party, such a person is not a democrat and shouldn’t be associated with a party envisioned to be progressive such as the APC. Every campaign to get the leadership of the party to commence the process of internal reform was resisted. “With these words, he encouraged me to continue with my campaign, which is what the party need.

He declared his support to all decisions of President Buhari to ensure that APC Convention hold in February 2022. Good enough, the Caretaker Committee has announced that the Convention will hold February 26, 2022,” Lukman said. “One of the party leaders who honoured me with an invitation to meet him late on Tuesday, January 17, 2022, was Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu,” he said. Lukman said it was President Muhammadu Buhari, who inspired setting up of the outgoing Convention Committee, adding that there were concerns when the Committee was reluctant to conduct the convention. Dear Reader, Every day, we work hard to provide readers such as you with the most accurate, up-to-date, and comprehensive information. Quality journalism costs money.”.

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