​Decampees must follow due process, says APC Chairman 

The Kwara State Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Alhaji Ishola Balogun Fulani has insisted that decampees from the opposition parties to the ruling All Progressives Congress must follow due process.

The APC Chairman noted that the Party is waxing stronger in the state, especially with the mass decampees from the opposition parties to the ruling All Progressives Congress in the state.
According to him ” all the decampees would not be allowed to move to the ruling party through the state level, but through the ward level, anybody that wants to decamp to the APC must follow due process through the ward level”.
” Our party is a progressive one, we must accommodate decampees, but they must pass through the ward level before we can allow them in our party”, he insisted
 Balogun Fulani also directed all the Party’s leaders in the Senatorial, Local and Wards to always hold regular meeting of the party.
The APC Chairman said this at the weekend in Ilorin, the State Capital at the Kwara Central Senatorial District Stakeholders meeting, held at the Party’s secretariat along Ipata Oloje, Ilorin.
Balogun Fulani explained that the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki through his commitment and intervention,had facilitated the reconstruction of all the poor federal roads within the state and those that linked the state to neighbouring states, saying that work had commenced on some of the road projects.
The APC Chairman, said the Senate President had been using his position to attract federal projects to the state to enable the people of the state enjoy good governance and dividends of democracy.
In his remarks, the Kwara Central Senatorial Chairman of the Party, Alhaji Jimoh Adesina, appreciated the efforts and commitments of the Senate President towards ensuring a better Nigeria, especially in the discharge of his legislative affairs.
 Adesina who noted that the people of the state were proud of Dr Saraki achievements as the President of the Senate, pledged their continued allegiance to his leadership skills and quality in the state.
An Elder of the Party, Alhaji Suleiman Oba Bolanta cautioned against sabotaging the efforts of the Senate President, urging the people saddled with the responsibility of distributing food items and other materials provided by Dr Saraki to ensure that they are distributed to the people appropriately.
 The State Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development, Hajia Asiata Ayinke Saka informed the gathering that the Minister of Women Affairs would visit the State on the fifth of next month to address women in the state on the federal government’s intervention programmes for women.
The Stakeholders meeting was attended by the Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Dr Ali Ahmad, members of the State Executive Council, Party stalwarts and leaders, the Party’s Senatorial Chairmen from Kwara North and South, women leaders, among others.