Kayode Fayemi, former governor of Ekiti state, has asked APC National Chairman, Umar Ganduje to tell President Bola Tinubu the true state of the country. He said “Party should tell him the feedback from the communities and constituencies out there, not what he is hearing in the villa where he is locked up.”
Fayemi spoke on Tuesday in Abuja at the public presentation of the book: ‘APC & Transition Politics’, authored by Salihu Lukman, former vice-chairman of the party in the north-west.
The former Ekiti governor noted that the APC should fulfill its manifesto and should not be “a spectator” in policy making.
“I am happy that our chairman is here. This is the party that should not be a spectator in policy making,” Fayemi said.
“This party should be the one to project the manifesto of the party. This party should be the one to tell Mr. President that this is the feedback from the communities and constituencies out there, not what he is hearing in the villa where he is locked up.
“All of us have occupied public office and we know how it can be. I am happy our chairman has confirmed he has read the book.
‘It should be a compulsory read for all members of the NWC and executives at the state and ward levels so that we can begin the rebuilding process of our organic party to which I believe Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje is committed.”