2023: Group Unveils First Political Summit for APC, PDP And Others.

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        A group under the aegis of Credible Alliance for Better Nigeria (CABN), has launched the first-ever political summit for Nigerians and political parties ahead of the 2023 general election.

        The national coordinator of CABN, Dr. Ahmed Badanga confirmed this development through a statement sent to Primewave.ng on Monday, July 25.

        According to the leadership of the group, the upcoming Summit of Political Parties in Nigeria is scheduled to hold in September 2022, in Abuja, Nigeria with the Theme: “extracting a new set of Commitment & Agenda for a better prosperous Nigeria in the face of daunting challenges Road to 2023.”

        The leadership of the group  stated that:

        “It is a Summit to re-appraise our Democracy & Good Governance, the unprecedented challenges and the way forward. “A platform for public presentation by Political Parties in Nigeria to unveil the documents outlining their Vision, Plans, Roadmap, Party Manifestos and Agenda for 2023-2027 to Nigerians, that will be uploaded in HCC-CABN Website/Digital Platform, accessible to citizens for tracking, monitoring of electoral promises by elected political leaders at all levels.” 

        It further stated that:

        “The Summit will bring together relevant government leaders/agencies, civil society organizations, support groups, private sector and stakeholders and leaders from all major political parties in Nigeria especially 2023 -Presidential, Governorship, National & States House of Assembly Candidates.” 


        According to the group, President Muhammadu Buhari, Vice President Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, Senate President Ahmed Lawan, serving governors, among others.

        Meanwhile, the Summit is in line with the Credible Alliance for Better Nigeria CABN’s three major primary aims and objectives of advocating for good and quality leadership, Credible Election and Better Nigeria.

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