One of the strong and highly influential leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state of Niger, Musa Ibeto, resigned from the ruling party.
Ibeto, a former Nigerian ambassador to South Africa, announced his resignation from APC in a letter presented to the APC President at Ibelu Central Ward in Magama, Niger on Tuesday, January 3.
Ibeto, giving reasons for his determination in his letter, stated that the party is suffering from a lack of unity of purpose and commitment among its members.
Added to this, Ibeto cited “internal conflicts, endless litigation, internal threats and counter-threats from anti-partisan activities, lack of genuine reconciliation…”
Part of his letter containing this opinion read:
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“Mr. President, with my many years of active involvement in politics and as a former party manager, and elected official in many political positions, I have come to this conclusion for many reasons, chief among them lack of unity of purpose between party members and stakeholders caused by internal conflicts, endless litigation, internal threats and counter-threats from anti-party activities, lack of genuine reconciliation coupled with lack of commitment and dedication to party success by many stakeholders.
“For these obvious reasons, I have concluded that I cannot remain a member of the party.
“Mr. Mr. President, by this resignation I cease to be a member of the Presidential Campaign Council, Undersecretary of the Center-North Directorate of Mobilization and of all party bodies and committees.”