AYCF President-General, Yerima Shettima in a talk with us on Thursday said APC won’t endure the emergency since individuals are not joined together.
The suspension of Adams Oshiomhole as the National Chairman of APC had prompted what resembles an uncertain emergency inside the initiative position of the gathering.
Following the suspension by an Appeal Court, beset National Deputy Secretary of the APC, Victor Giadom had proclaimed himself as Oshiomhole’s replacement.
This was, in any case, excused by the gathering’s National Working Committee, NWC, which named previous Oyo State Governor, Abiola Ajimobi as Oshiomhole’s substitution.
Giadom, who wouldn’t down for Ajimobi, had required a National Executive Council, NEC, meeting.
He had clarified that the NEC meeting would help settle the gathering’s initiative emergency.
Giadom’s move for the NEC meeting got the sponsorship of President Muhammadu Buhari who went to the gathering.
Nonetheless, Shettima cautioned that APC probably won’t skip again from its present emergency.
The AYCF President-General likewise cautioned Nigerians not to anticipate anything great from APC and ought to appeal to endure the staying two years.
As indicated by Shettima:
“APC will hardly survive the calamity that has befallen it because from the onset, people in the party are not real, the composition of the party is made up of different characters coming together just to get power.
“This is why it has become so difficult for them to arrange themselves and deliver good governance to the people.
“This calamity is a reality that it will be difficult for them to bounce back because some of them are too far from each other, they don’t share the same ideas and don’t work together so it will be difficult to manage this crisis. Certainly, I’m sure APC won’t survive this crisis.
“By implication, Nigerians should not expect anything good coming out of this government because there won’t be direction, focus and there would be confusion and nothing will happen, so we should only pray to survive the next few years of this government.”