APC To Launch E-registration, Institute Of Progressive Studies In 2024 — Ganduje

The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) said it has perfected plans to launch its electronic registration to expand its reach as well as develop a reliable database.

The national chairman of the APC, Abdullahi Ganduje, who disclosed this to journalists on Thursday, December 28, in Lagos after the party’s National Working Committee (NWC) met with President Bola Tinubu, also revealed plans by the party to establish a National Institute of Progressive Studies.

Ganduje said the NWC was in Lagos for two reasons; to felicitate with the President for the Christmas/New Year festivities and to commiserate with him over the deaths of the late Governor Rotimi Akeredolu and former Speaker Ghali Umar Na’Abba.

Asked what Nigerians should expect from the ruling APC in the new year, the party Chairman said both the party and the government will do more for Nigerians in the new year.

“Nigerians should expect more from the government of the federation and the APC as an institution. You have seen how we have started forging ahead in order to increase the coverage of the party in terms of having more states for the party, more members of National Assembly, state assemblies, and we are continuing to do that.

“I believe we have some innovations for the party, because now we’re introducing e-registration of our own political party, where our members will be electronically registered so that we have a database that we can rely upon, that we can plan that we can be able to expand the party.

“Also, we have in our programme for the establishment of National Institute of Progressive Studies, so that we enlighten our members, even members of the public in Nigeria, on the doctrine of democracy, on the issues of internal democracy, issue of avoiding hate speeches, and also issues of abiding by the rules of the law pertaining to election and other processes.

“So, you can see that this institution will work with the government in terms of coming up with appropriate policies that are conducive for democracy”, he said.


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