By Maryam Aminu, Abuja
The Age. National Chairman of Allied Peoples’, Movement (APM), Mrs. Rose D. S. Gyar has assured aspiring candidates who indicated interest to contest various positions in the forth coming general elections in 2023 under the flagship of the party.
She said this while meeting with some of the aspirants over the weekend when they paid visit to the party’s secretariat at 26 Ajose Adeogun Street, in Utako.
While answering questions about the readiness of the party to support young people, women and persons with disability or albinism, she informed the participants at the meeting that APM is a political party that is inclusive in all ramification with constitutional provision of 40% access to appointive or elective positions for these identified vulnerable groups. She added that the APM manifesto is also in tune with satisfying the aspirations of the same group of people through job creation and employment generation. She therefore enjoined all aspirants to study the manifesto of the party and leverage on its content to draw up their programme of action for their electioneering campaigns in seeking for votes from the electorates.
The aspirants expressed satisfaction with the interaction and promised to work hard to ensure success at the polls in 2023.
The Ag. National chairman reiterated her assurance and commitment towards transparency in the conduct of the electioneering process of selecting candidates and also urged the aspirants to play by the rules of engagement with the party and all other stakeholders.
While stressing further, she insisted that the motto of the party of INTEGRITY, SACRIFICE, SERVICE is upheld at all times and the slogan of APM NIGERIA FIRST NIGERIA FIRST APM should be respected by every member of the party.
She called on youths, women and people with disability and albinism could join as members of the party and also express interest to aspire to any of the elective offices in 2023 flying the party’s flag.
She wished them well in their aspirations