Chairman, Taraba State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Barrister Ibrahim Tukur El-Sudi, has tasked the newly-elected chairmen of the party at the local government levels to position themselves to work assiduously for the success of the party come 2023 general polls.
Elsudi, who gave the charge while inaugurating the new executive, admitted that there are a lot of tasks before the party, the need for the elected council chairmen and other officials to work tireless round the clock to pilot the party to victory at their various local government councils, he said can no longer be over emphasized.
Speaking through his deputy, James Amadu, he believed the party has all it takes to emerge victorious in the forthcoming general elections slated for 2023 .
The chairman, who urged the elected leaders to leave no stone unturned in wooing people at the grassroots to the party, also beckoned at them to eschew acts that will drag the good image of the party into the mud.
Stressing the readiness of the party to wrestle power from the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state come next political dispensation, such a dream, he believed will only manifest if the newly elected chairmen opened wide their door for persons willing to pitch tent with the party to come in.
The chairman, who went ahead to cite the performance of the party in the last general elections, also reiterated the determination of the party’s leadership at the state level to collaborate with its executive at the local government levels to move the party forward.
On their parts, the newly-elected chairmen of the party who spoke through the Jalingo APC local government council chairman, Bishir Bakari, pledged their unflinching support for the party at both the state and the national levels.
Drumming their readiness and willingness to herald the much needed success to the party in all the elections, the dream of the PDP retaining power come next elections, as unanimously believed, would no doubt turn out to be a mirage.
The chairmen who also agreed to operate open door policies vowed to always create a level playground for all the party faithful spread across the nooks and crannies of their local government councils.
Though the party, as at the time of filing this report is yet to conduct its state congress, they are, however, optimistic, that they will overcome the circumstances that led to the postponement of the exercise.