Presidential visit: APC female NEC members, zonal leaders reject Betta Edu


In what looks like a brewing crisis, the elected female national All Progressives Congress (APC) officers and zonal women leaders have expressed their dissatisfaction with the leadership of Betta Edu, the party’s National Women Leader.

It was learnt this on Saturday in a letter by Hon. Omorede Osifo, APC Deputy National Treasurer, and eight other women leaders addressed to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

Recall that Edu and APC leaders had visited Tinubu at the Presidential Villa two days ago.

However, the APC-elected women executives and zonal leaders have unanimously passed a vote of no confidence in Edu and distanced themselves from her recent visit to the President.

They accused Edu of misrepresentation and self-aggrandizement during her visit to the Presidential Villa.

Accordingly, they stated that Edu does not represent the elected National Women Officials and Zonal Women Leaders of the party, contrary to reports circulating in the media.

They asserted that many of the women paraded were fake, not the democratically elected national officers, including National Executive Council Members, Zonal Women Leaders, three women senators, 15 female House of Representatives members, and other relevant women leaders and stakeholders.

The aggrieved female leader pleaded with Tinubu for an audience to hear their grievances.

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