Barrister Kenneth Udeze, the National Chairman of Action Alliance (AA) has urged the nation’s political leaders to strive to move the Nigerian project forward by shunning all forms of self-inflicting actions that breed ethnic and religious acrimony among the people.
Ueze, who spoke at the Inter-Party Advisory Committee (IPAC) General Assembly meeting in Garki, Abuja on Wednesday, stressed that such acrimony disturb the peace and unity of the nation, even as such situation adversely affect the nation’s development.
Udeze, who emerged the chairman of IPAC’s electoral committee for the August 2017 election, pledged to conduct a free and credible poll, even as he assured the contestants that every action leading to the process would be seen to be fair.
He maintained: “If we get it right within the political parties’ system, then Nigeria will be better of, as the nation’s democratic journey would be smoother for an improved image of the nation,” even as he thanked the party leaders present at the meeting for choosing him for the enormous task ahead.
The day’s proceeding witnessed several presentations made by the IPAC’s Standing Strategic Committee, Technical Committee, Code of Conduct Review Committee, which Udeze also chaired, and briefing by the IPAC Annual Conference 2017 Local Organising Committee (LOC).
After the nomination and constitution of IPAC Electoral Committee to conduct the August 2017 IPAC election, Prior to the election of the electoral committee, National Chairmen of seven political parties were nominated, but after a high wired politicking, Udeze emerged the chairman.