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Accord Party dissolves NWC and elects new leadership

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After over 20 years of service, the Accord Party (AP) has dissolved its National Working Committee (NWC) and inaugurated a new leadership. The party’s former National Chairman, Mohammad Lawal Nalado, announced the changes at the party’s National Executive Council (NEC) meeting in Abuja.

In his address, Nalado expressed gratitude to the NEC and his associates for the opportunity to lead the party. He also acknowledged the support he received, emphasizing that he never faced challenges in fulfilling his responsibilities and pledged continued support for the party’s progress.

Nalado voluntarily relinquished his position, refusing the proposed amendment to the party’s constitution that would have prolonged his tenure as the Chairman. He urged his successor to surpass his achievements and offered his ongoing assistance to the new leadership.

He commented, “I’m aging and no longer a young man. You cannot compare the strength of a young man to that of an old man. I wish the party continued success in the struggle for a democratic Nigeria.”

Addressing forgiveness, Nalado stated, “Let us continue to be our brother’s keepers. I have forgiven anyone who offended me. I also beg you to forgive me anyway I’ve offended you.”

The election of the Caretaker Committee members was presided over by the Protem National Chairman, Martins Inyang Ansa. The party appointed Barr Maxwell Mgbudem as the National Chairman of the Caretaker Committee, and Dr. Adebukola Abiola Ajaja as the National Secretary of the Caretaker Committee.

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