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THE INTER PARTY ADVISORY COUNCIL, IPAC HAS PRESENTED IT’S FOUR YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN TO THE PUBLIC                                                                    27-03-24

             By Sadiq Aminu                                                        The Inter Party Advisory Council, IPAC has presented its four year strategic Plan to the Public.
On the occasion in Abuja, IPAC Chairman, Alhaji Yusuf Dantalle who said the Plan was the first since the Council’s existence explained that it was significant in the Council’s quest for a sustainable democracy in the Country.
Alhaji Dantalle said the strategic plan was aimed at ensuring a conducive environment for successful election, Political stability and peaceful electoral process.

He said the remarkable initiative would provide a direction for IPAC’s present and future activities essential in achieving its goals and objectives as Umbrella body of all registered Political Parties in the Country.

In a remark, the INEC Chairman, Professor Mahmoud Yakubu urged the leaders of Political Parties to abide by the internal democracy as enshrined in their constitution and guidelines to avoid the conduct of acrimonious Primaries.
Professor Yakubu, represented by the National Commissioner in charge of outreach and Partnerships, Professor Kunle Ajayi, said the conduct of parallel Primaries and the emergence of multiple candidates was a frequent occurrence among political parties.

‘’Some of these infractions leads to unnecessary litigations among Party members in which the Commission was always joined, the legal fees and the cost of producing Certified True Copies of documents could be used more productively in other Electoral activities.’’

The representative of the Mavic Enable Foundation, an NGO, Mary Victor- Mogaji urged Political Parties to practicalise the inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in all its programmes.
‘’We want promises to be translated into performancecs’’.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Alhaji Tajudeen Abbas, represented by the majority leader, Professor Julius Ihonvbere said beyond seeking for powers, political parties should realize the need to invest time, energy and money to nurture our democracy by building bridges across political divides.

‘’As a responsible Legislature,we shall continue to engage Nigerians at all levels of governance, Civil Society, to make legislations that would engender our common good as a Nation.’’
The Country Director, Westminster Foundation for Democracy, Mr Adebowale Olorunmola said his organization would continue to support active political parties in the country.
The Former Senate President and former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Senator Anyim Pius Anyim urge the new executives to always be accountable to the people.
He also urged them to tackle imposition of candidates and hijacking of Party machinery by influential moneybags to deepen the country’s democracy.

 

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