BAYELSA DEP GOV. URGED POLITICAL PARTIES TO ALWAYS PUT THE INTEREST OF NIGERIA FIRST


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The State Deputy Governor, Rear Admiral Gboribiogha John Jonah (rtd) has called on political parties in the country to always put the interest of the country first in what ever they do.

He stated this when the leadership of the  Inter-Party Advisory Council(IPAC) paid him a courtesy call in his office in Government House, Yenagoa as they are  in the state to conduct elections for the state chapter of the  Inter- Party Advisory Council.

He said, at the early stage of this country, the slogan was   unity in diversity, pointing out that, we must explore it to make sure that the country flourish to enable us benefit from it.

He said, in the advanced nations, studies have shown that, political decisions determines the future of such nations, pointing out that, decisions of  a seating president must be abiding by all, since they are political decisions

The deputy governor commended the leadership of IPAC for the idea for parties of different backgrounds to come together to dialogue with the aim of moving this country forward.

Also speaking, the Special on Inter-Party Relations Mr Steven Diver noted that, the leadership of IPAC was in the state to conduct elections for the state chapter of the Inter-Party Advisory Council.

Earlier, the Secretary General of the Inter-Party Advisory Council of Nigeria, Mr Peter Ameh stated that, the essence of the formation of IPAC is to correct some of the anomalies experienced during elections in Nigeria.

Mr Ameh also noted IPAC is also established to monitor various government policies and make adequate suggestions when need arises.

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