In a recent event organized by the Renewed Hope Unity Movement, a support group of the All Progressives Congress (APC), concerns were raised about the party’s reward system for its loyalists.

Iretidola Ojekhoa, the initiator and co-convener of the group, emphasized that despite the party’s victory over the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in 2014, many dedicated individuals who worked tirelessly for the APC have yet to be acknowledged and rewarded.

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Ms. Ojekhoa pointed out that over the past ten years, it has become evident that the APC lacks interest in nurturing and maintaining a loyal membership base.

She highlighted the party’s failure to recognize and reward loyalty, which has led to a mercenary mentality among members. In contrast, even during the worst days of the PDP, loyal members were acknowledged and appreciated.

The support group aims to bridge this gap by honoring and celebrating individuals and groups who have remained steadfast in their commitment to the APC for the past ten years.

These unsung heroes include foot soldiers who tirelessly campaigned for the party, spreading hope and mobilizing support across the nation.

Ms. Ojekhoa emphasized that the event was not about promoting exclusivity in governance but rather about recognizing the contributions of those who have been neglected and ensuring that their efforts are not forgotten.

While it may not be possible to appoint every member who contributed to the party’s victory, acknowledging and celebrating their dedication is essential.

Ateli Emmanuel, the president of Amalgamated Nigerians and a prominent APC chieftain in the FCT, expressed confidence in the leadership of Bola Tinubu and advised him to engage more youth and technocrats in his government.