A new leadership has been elected and the National Working Committee (NWC) has been dissolved by the Accord Party (AP).

Mohammad Lawal Nalado, who spoke before the party’s National Executive Council (NEC) in Abuja on Friday, has been a member of the party for more than 20 years and was its immediate former national chairman.

In his speech, Nalado expressed his gratitude to the party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) members and his close associates from his time in office for the privilege of serving the party.

He thanked his coworkers for their encouragement and said that he never had any problems with his job.

He promised to back the party until it achieved even greater success.

The party’s chairman, Nalado, claimed he voluntarily stepped down and opposed a constitutional review that would have extended his tenure.

Adding that he is always willing to lend a hand to the next leadership, he urged whomever takes over as party National Chairman to go above and beyond his accomplishments.

I don’t feel like a young man anymore, and I suppose my intelligence is fading along with it. His point was that a young man’s power is incomparable to an old man’s.

I hope the party makes strides in its ongoing fight for a more democratic Nigeria.

As always, let us look out for one another’s best interests. Those who have wronged me have my forgiveness. Anyway, I’m sorry if I offended you; I sincerely hope you’ll forgive me.

Members of the party’s Caretaker Committee were subsequently elected under the auspices of Protem National Chairman Martins Inyang Ansa.

At the gathering, the party’s National Chairman, Caretaker Committee, Barr Maxwell Mgbudem—who doubles as the National Secretary of the Inter-Party Advisory Council, IPAC—was elected, and Dr. Adebukola Abiola Ajaja was chosen as the National Secretary.

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