Sada Ilu emerges Katsina factional ‘Reformed’ APC Chairman
A new faction of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has emerged in Abuja.
The new faction is named Reformed-APC (R-APC) with Buba Galadima appointed as the Chairman.
The new faction is made up of aggrieved members of the APC, mostly from the National Assembly.
However, in Katsina State, former gubernatorial aspirant of APC ticket in 2015, Alhaji Sada Ilu emerged the chairman of the factional group in Katsina.
Other notable indegines from Katsina in the national structure of the Reformed APC are Senator M. T Liman and Hajiya Aisha Kaita as the National Organizing Secretary and National Women Leader, respectively.
Briefing journalists after their meeting at the Sheraton Hotels in Abuja on Wednesday, the chairman, Galadima, said the new faction was formed due to the failure of the APC.
They described APC as “severely underperforming and unable to meet its potentials for good governance.”
Galadima, who was secretary of the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC), President Muhammadu Buhari’s former party further lamented that the APC administration has been “a monumental disaster, even worse than the government it replaced.”