President Buhari opposes APC, says aggrieved members are free to go to court

President Muhammadu Buhari has countered the position of the leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) saying that anyone displeased with the method anything has been done and feels deprived of his/her rights, is at liberty to approach the courts for redress.

The president said, “We can’t deliberately deny people of their rights. We agreed that party primaries should be conducted either through direct, indirect or consensus methods, and if anyone feels unjustly treated in the process, such a person can go to court. The court should always be the last resort for the dissatisfied. For the party to outlaw the court process is not acceptable to me.”

The National Working Committee (NWC) of the APC had, in a decision, threatened to punish members across the country who had dragged the party to court over various issues.

According to a statement, “The Party intends to activate constitutional provisions to penalise such members as their action is capable of undermining the Party and hurt the Party’s interest.

“We hereby strongly advise such members to withdraw all court cases, while approaching the appropriate party organs with a view to resolving any outstanding disputes. In addition to this, aggrieved members are urged to take full advantage of the reconciliation committees the Party has put in place.

“APC members should understand that as a progressive party that operates on the principle of change, it is not a matter of choice to keep to the rules.”

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published.

cool good eh love2 cute confused notgood numb disgusting fail