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Deliver good governance to reduce coups, Ganduje urges African leaders


The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Abdullahi Ganduje, has urged African leaders to deliver good governance to reduce the incidences of military coups in West Africa.

Ganduje made the call when he received a delegation from the ruling party in Ghana, the New Patriotic Party, led by its National Chairman, Stephen Ntim.

He noted that with good governance systems in place, the masses would be the ones to resist any military incursions that could derail democratic rule.

While we are discouraging military coups, we must improve our governance systems,” Ganduje said. “When this is done, the masses will be the first to even resist any such military interventions.”

He described the visit of the NPP national chairman as an ice-breaker that would strengthen the relationship between the ruling political parties of both countries.

Ntim congratulated Ganduje on his emergence as APC national chairman and Nigeria on her 63rd Independence Anniversary.

He said his visit was to begin a journey between the two countries’ ruling parties on how to enthrone good governance in the interest of its citizens.

Ntim noted that Nigeria and Ghana had a long-standing relationship that could not be taken for granted.

He thanked the APC national chairman for accepting to meet with him despite the short notice, saying he looked forward to having him visit Ghana before long.


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