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The selection of Ganduje as APC National Chairman has drawn mixed reviews

Aug 5, 2023 | 2023 Elections | 0 comments

On Thursday, Dr. Abdullahi Ganduje, the former Kano State governor, was appointed All Progressives Congress National Chairman. Nigerians on Twitter had diverse views.

Ganduje and Senator Ajibola Basiru, the ninth Senate spokesman, were approved to replace Senator Abdullahi Adamu and former National Secretary Iyiola Omisore on Thursday.

People, professionals, and Twitter users have diverse opinions on this.

“From being seen quickly stashing $230,000O beneath his babanriga in 2018, Abdullahi Ganduje has suddenly became the national chairman of Nigeria’s governing party,” tweeted fisayosoyombo.
Jack ng01 disbelieved. “Lolz APC has to be the most unserious political party in the history of human existence What!!!!”

Alh Extension Officer Uncle Wali tweeted, “Matawalle and Ganduje are terrible eggs in Nigerian politics. For an age that prides itself as a beacon of optimism, intellectualism is its jet fuel. But, rewarding their likes implies transmitting all rhetoric and no action.”

Dr. D. Udoh Udoh D said, “So they decided to appoint Ganduje the National Chairman of APC (a post that doesn’t need security and Senate screening). Tinubu’s educated and considerate. Just a devious guy…

David Offor tweeted Ganduje’s party commitment. He wrote, “You may say anything about the APC National Chairman,Abdullahi Ganduje, but you can never dispute his allegiance to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s vision and objectives!! PBAT was everywhere pre-primary, primary, and campaign! Indeed, this is a political post, and delighted it went to a core party man.”

Yellow boss Mustapha said President Bola Tinubu cherishes loyalty. He wrote, “When we informed them Tinubu isn’t like their boss that doesn’t appreciate loyalty and abuses his subordinates like slaves, they assumed we were joking.

He congratulated Ganduje. Tinubu rewards loyalty 100-fold. Baba Ganduje, new APC National Chairman, congratulations. Ganduje 3–0 Kano State Obi,” the party faithful tweeted.

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