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JUST IN: APC Directs Civil Servants To Register As Members




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The Kano state chapter of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has directed civil servants in the state to immediately register as members of the party.

Kano APC Chairman, Abdullahi Abbas, gave the directive on Monday while declaring open a stakeholders’ meeting to flag off the membership registration in the state.

Abbas warned that civil servants and all persons who currently works for the Kano State government to join the ruling party or lose all the benefits and opportunities.

The APC chairman also asked the workers to come along with their family members, wards, friends, and other dependents to register as members of the party.


He added that the state government will no longer employ anyone who does not possess the APC membership card until such a person joins the party.

The APC chairman charged all civil servants and political office holders to ensure they register with the party as the membership registration commences across the state.

Abbas said: “We need to rise up and ensure the success of the registration in our party, the APC. All political office holders, all government employees, and all members of the civil service must come out and register with the APC.


“Not only them but all their family members and friends, as well as their wards, must come out and register with the APC.

“I call on the state governor not to assent to the employment or empowerment of anybody that is not registered with our great party.

“There is no way we can accept a situation whereby anyone will benefit from the goodies of the government and will not register with the party. “If the state governor refuses to heed to this demand, we will protest.


“Our great party was in the lead during the last registration exercise and must do everything possible to maintain that position.

“It is not enough for you as a beneficiary of the government to just register alone without bringing those around you to register.”

Naija News reports that the APC has embarked on nationwide membership registration and revalidation exercise to beef up its membership strength across the country.

Ige Olugbenga is a fine-grained journalist. He loves the smell of a good lead and has a penchant for finding out something nobody else knows.

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