‘Developed Nations Will Learn From APC Soon’, Says Yahaya Bello

The governor of Kogi, Yahaya Bello says the All Progressives Congress (APC) will soon emerged as the largest political party in Africa. 

While speaking on Tuesday at the inauguration of the mobilisation committee for the party’s membership registration/revalidation exercise, Governor Bello also added that developed countries will soon come to learn about politics from the APC.

The APC membership exercise was billed to commence on December 12, 2020, but was postponed till the second week of January 2021.

Bello, who was appointed as the chairman of the mobilisation and sensitisation committee, said they will work towards ensuring victory for the APC in future elections across the country.

“It is not out of place that every election in Kogi state, we are winning it with ease. We are going to repeat the same feat for the country by the grace of God,” he said.

“By the time we are done with the registration of new members and revalidation of existing members in the country, APC will not just be the largest in Africa, but we are going to call on even the developed nations to come and learn not only from Nigeria, but from the APC in Nigeria.

“We shall even teach some of our brothers who have just concluded some elections in rancour. I will not mention names, but we are going to be an institution for politics in Nigeria”.

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