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The All Progressives Congress (APC) Governors Forum has debunked claims of discord between APC Governors, it Presidential Campaign Council or the party leadership.
In a statement by its Director-General, Salihu Moh. Lukman, it said the attention of APC Governors have been drawn to reports in some media following the meeting of the APC Presidential Campaign Council of Thursday, January 10, suggesting that they shunned the meeting.
He said just coming after the Tuesday, January 8, inauguration, where virtually all APC Governors attended, it made it difficult for the Governors to be present at the Thursday’s meeting of the Council.
The statement said given that as campaign coordinators in their respective states and zones, Governors are already saddled with the responsibility of organizing structures of the APC ahead of scheduled activities.
According to the Director-General, Nigerians and in particular all APC members should regard all purported reports suggesting any discord between Governors and the Council as part of lies being fabricated in order to damage APC, its candidates at all levels and especially President Muhammadu Buhari in order to give life to the opposition.
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