The North Central Youth Alliance (APC) of the Progressive Congress called for the national leadership of the party to ensure fairness and impartiality in selecting senior officers in the 9th National Assembly.
The group called for drum support by John Dye, who was hoping to be a speaker at a party rally at the party's national secretary on Thursday in Abuja.
Dye represents Benu's Gboko / Tarka federal constituency in the House of Representatives.
The Nigerian press (NAN) reports that APC leaders have adopted House Majority leader Mr Femi Gbajabiamila as their choice of position.
After a thorough deliberation at a dinner with President Muhammad Buhari, member of the House of Representatives of APC, a decision was made to adopt Gbajabiamila, a representative of the Confederate constituency deputy of the S レ ア rea.
The leader of the alliance, Yakubu Usman, emphasized the need for an equal playing field.
However, fairness, fairness, and justice for all the contestants stated that Dyegh has what it takes to become the next presidency.
"As a young man and a member of three congresses, Digue has the energy, experience, and enthusiasm to deliver quality leadership in the home.
"In recent elections, Digg and the whole of North Central contributed significantly to President Muhammad Buhari's victory.
"Therefore, we are asking General Adams Ossiom Hall, the party's national chairman, to take our agitation into account," Usman said.
I emphasize securing an equal stadium,
However, fairness, fairness, and justice were important for all players to ensure peace and harmony within the party.
I handed over APC's leadership to the 9th National Assembly Speaker to North Central, which was given the third largest vote in the 2019 presidential election by the party.
The NAN also reports that the coalition government has subsequently submitted a formal request to the party's national leadership.