Chairmen of the All Progressives Congress (APC) within the Diaspora have urged President Muhammadu Buhari to reorganise the get together to ensure a secured and affluent future for all Nigerians.
The Committee of Diaspora Chairmen of the get together made the decision after a gathering held on Skype.
Mr Lawal Ayoola, Chairman of APC within the Scandinavia, and Secretary of the group instructed the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in a phone interview from Gothenburg, Sweden, that there was a have to re-engineer the APC authorities.
“As Nigerians and get together members within the Diaspora, we consider that you just (Buhari) have the pressure of character to make sure the implementation of our get together’s manifesto.
“If the varied companies of presidency are successfully manned, APC’s ideology can be embedded within the minds of not simply our members, however all people, for a brand new Nigeria.
According to Ayoola, Diaspora members desire a re-engineered APC led authorities in color, tune, and dance.
“We and our members in the Diaspora specifically request your urgent intervention to ensure that all operators of this government take it as part of their call to begin to work collaboratively with us and supporters in the Diaspora,” he mentioned.
Ayoola mentioned that Diaspora members felt marginalised and will not be represented within the authorities.
“We consider that our members have a variety of constructive values to supply geared toward bringing the get together’s guarantees to Nigerians.
“For this to happen, the practice of handpicking from amongst Nigerians in the Diaspora ought to be reviewed – party members should be called and encouraged to serve in government,” he mentioned.
The secretary mentioned that for the get together to regain traction and momentum, President Buhari ought to act quick and treatment the exclusion and neglect of Diaspora members.
The members of the Diaspora Committee are, Dr Philip Idaewor, Chairman, APC UK; Mr Lawal Ayoola, Chairman APC Scandinavia; Mr Stephen Adeayo Tella, Chairman, APC Spain; Mr Charles Michelleti, Chairman, APC Ghana and Mr Olalekan Ogunwede, Chairman APC, Germany.
Others are, Mr Bola Babarinde, Chairman, APC South Africa; Mr Olarenwaju Balogun, Chairman, APC France; Mr Ahmeed Adefioye, Chairman APC Iceland; Mr David Abraham, Chairman, APC South Korea and Mr Adebola Ajimotokan, Chairman, Board of Trustees, APC Canada.