A support group of All Progressives Congress (APC), the National Coalition for Mass Mobilisation (NATCOMM) has inaugurated the Borno chapter of the group for mobilization of massive support for the party candidates in 2023 elections.
Speaking at the inauguration ceremony on Monday in Maiduguri, the National Chairman of the newly established group, Mr Musa Ali Otigba said Borno chapter was the first to be inaugurated for the mass mobilisation of the electorates at all level for the party.
“We are currently the most formidable support group to the APC in Nigeria having established verifiable structures and network of committed members in the 36 states of the federation and FCT, and in all the 774 local government areas across Nigeria.
“Efforts are also currently ongoing to extend the structures to the wards and polling units level across Nigeria before the commencement of the 2023 campaigns.
“Our aim is to mobilize the Nigerian electorate and grassroots support for the party throughout Nigeria ahead of 2023 general elections.
“The overall goal is to ensure that APC wins landslide victory at the polls for the presidential, governorship and other important elections in all the states of the federation.
“Tell the electorate that Tinubu/Shettima Muslim – Muslim ticket is just a strategy to win election and not because of hatred or dislike for the Christian faith,” Otigba said.
He tasked the inaugurated officials to hit the ground running, pointing out that if Borno could produced one million votes for APC in last election the group should work for three million votes this time around with thier son as running mate.
In his speech read at the occassion, the State Chairman of APC, Alhaji Ali Bukar Dalori lauded the group for choosing committed members in Borno and assured it of the party support at all time.
“By this inauguration today, we have collectively agreed to work together as partners in progress for the success of our great party,” Dalori said.
He urged members of the group to also mobilize the people on the ongoing Permanent Voters Card registration for mass participation in the general election.