Senate President Bukola Saraki has said the the leadership of All Progressives Congress (APC) headed by its National Chairman, Mr John Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, lacked focus urging it wake up and start managing the party’s affairs right.
Speakig in Abuja, Saraki, expressed hope that the party would hold its mini-convention as scheduled as delegates had been elected on Saturday.
He, therefore, urged National Executive Committee (NEC) of the party to wake up to its responsibility as it had remained without activities for too long.
He said: “My own point is that the executive of the party just needs to wake up and start managing the party.
“There is no day when I see the party chairman that I don’t tell him, ‘Mr. Chairman, we must put the party in focus’.
“The rules of the party also give you room by which you can call a meeting, but I think we have not got to that point yet.
“I think we should do it in a smooth manner, but what I want to assure you is that the foundation is still strong. If there were crisis all over the place, that would have been a different matter,” he said.
Saraki said the speculations on his APC membership were part of the mischievous activities against him and urged the public to discountenance them.
He said those spreading such information were doing so as propaganda for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).