The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Abdullahi Adamu has debunked the claim that aspirants under the party are paying delegates to get their votes during the primary.
According to Adamu, there is no evidence to substantiate the claim ahead of the 2023 general elections.
Adamu while speaking with Voice of America Hausa Service, said that he feels the reverse is the case.
He further stated that no law hinders presidential aspirants from consulting delegates across the country.
Adamu condemned delegates who have been selling their conscience to the highest bidders.
The APC National Chairman added that delegates should be aware that anybody sharing money for them is not the right candidate for the party.
He said such a person does not mean well for Nigeria, and does not have a solution to the problem.
Adamu said, “For now, there is no law against aspirants taking the campaign to delegates. I don’t have evidence that aspirants are sharing money with delegates. For me, it’s the delegates that are selling their conscience which is not proper.”
“Our delegates should know that anybody sharing money with them can’t be the right candidate for the party. He doesn’t mean well to the country. I don’t have a solution for the problem.”
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