Politics

Adamawa APC stalwart receives an endorsement award for party National secretary

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Ahmed Lawan,a stalwart of All Progressives congress party in Adamawa state who is a front-runner vying for the position of the party national secretary has received an endorsement award by Northern Peace Foundation (NPF).

On reading his citation while presenting a the award Usman Terreng,leader of the delegation said Lawan is few among Young Nigerians who view politics in the dimension of service to humanity.

According to him the organization has been following his political contributions from 1999 to date,and noticed his geometry growth in bringing radical and positive changes in the politics of Adamawa state.

He opined Ahmad’s disposition to politics as fearless, strong enough to break the bag of a camel in delivering the mandate of people in any political assignment he has been called to do.

Ahmad who received the “pillar of hope” award to millions of Nigerian Youths in growing the nascent Democracy was described by the group as a Young man who is well able to serve APC at the national level.

Terrang while recounting Lawan successes and his contributions as a strategic party member that worked for the success of the party winning elections at both national and state level,said Lawan is spotted as a golden eagle that will fly up the party’s flag to enviable heights.

While responding in a Humble humane usual way of doing things said is dedicating the valued award to the entire people of south-west who are neck bend in supporting President Muhammadu Buhari and Nigerian Youths who sees APC government as beacon of hope.

This can make you to recall that the All Progressive Congress party have decided to zone the office of the national secretary to the people of North East region.

The decision of the party has since began to attract so many aspirants vying for the post in the six States representing the zone.

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