COMRADE AMADE EDIME ON THE GENERAL STATE OF THE NATION AND APDA PARTY
The aspirant, Kogi East Senatorial District on the platform of the Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance (APDA), Comrade Amade Godwin Edime deems it imperative to keep the general public and particularly, the teaming supporters of our great party, abreast with the state of affairs of the party in Kogi East and other general pressing issues, amidst varied insinuations in the current Nigeria’s political sphere.
Comrade Edime likes to use this medium to correct misconceptions in some quarters that APDA was one of the political parties that recently formed a merger; the Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP). He says, for the purpose of clarity, APDA was never part of the merger.
Meanwhile, Edime, a former Vice President, National Affairs, National Association of Nigerian Students, (NANS), expresses his commendation to the current eighth National Assembly for passing the bill on the financial autonomy of the State Houses of Assembly and that of the Judiciary. He, in the like manner extends his commendation to President Muhammadu Buhari for giving accent to the said Bill.
Moreover, he promises that if given the chance to represent the great people of Kogi East, he will pursue the Bill that will eventually grant the local governments autonomy which has, up to this present moment, been handled with levity.Read more ...