APC Holds Extraordinary National Convention To Amend Party Constitution, Adopt 2015 Election Manifesto

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) will hold an extraordinary national

convention on Wednesday, 29th Oct. 2014 in Abuja to approve amendments to  the constitution of the party and also adopt its manifesto for the 2015

general elections.

 

In a statement issued in Lagos on Sunday  by its National Publicity

Secretary, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the party said the  proposed amendments when approved at the national convention will align  the party’s constitution better with the Electoral Act and also allow  the APC to function more efficiently.

 

It also said the convention would adopt the six-point manifesto that has been extracted  from the one submitted to INEC earlier for the purpose of the 2015 general elections.

 

”The manifesto to be adopted at the extraordinary convention of our party is specifically for the 2015 general elections. Because of shifting priorities, we do not believe that a party manifesto should be one for all time but a document that will adjust to the changing needs of the people.

 

”In this regard, we have conducted a survey to find out what Nigerians urgently need at the moment to raise their standard of living and ensure their security and welfare, which is the raison d’etre of any government. Based on the outcome of the survey, we have  come up with a six-point manifesto, which we extracted from the one we submitted to INEC earlier.

 

”The six broad priority areas for the APC ahead of the 2015 general elections are National Security, Good Governance, Human Capital Development, Economic Development, Land and Natural Resources as well as Foreign Policy. The issue of job creation, fight against corruption, infrastructural development, health, qualitative education, regular power supply, etc are subsumed under these broad priority areas,” APC said.

 

The party said once the manifesto has been adopted at this convention it will be made massively available to all Nigerians, complete with the full details,

in many languages.

 

Alhaji Lai Mohammed

National Publicity Secretary

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