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BUA chairman rejects APC finance committee nomination

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The Chairman of BUA Group, Abdulsamad Rabiu, has declined the nomination to serve as a member of the finance committee established by the ruling All Progressives Congress.

The decision was communicated in a release by the company on its official social media handle on Friday.

Rabiu was earlier nominated by the APC to be part of the 34-member committee formed on Thursday, along with other committees, by the National Working Committee of the party after its meeting at the national secretariat in Abuja.

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The company’s statement highlighted that the APC did not consult its chairman before including his name in the list.

The release emphasized the apolitical stance consistently adopted by Abdul Samad Rabiu and BUA Group over the years, aligning with the nature of their business and Mr. Rabiu’s focus on fostering economic growth through BUA Group’s initiatives and philanthropic efforts through ASR Africa.

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The statement read, “It is important to note that our Chairman, Abdul Samad Rabiu, and BUA Group have consistently adopted an apolitical stance over the years. This approach is integral to the nature of our business and aligns with Mr. Rabiu’s focus on fostering economic growth through BUA Group’s initiatives and philanthropic efforts through ASR Africa.”

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“With respect to this, we wish to inform the publishers, our partners, stakeholders, and the general public that Mr. Rabiu has decided to graciously decline the nomination/appointment. This decision is made in light of the fact that he was not previously consulted regarding his inclusion in the list and his inability to commit time due to his demanding schedule.”

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