Protesters under the aegis of the Youth Wing of the All Progressives Congress (APC) yesterday stormed the national secretariat of the party in Abuja to register their disapproval over alleged plans by the party to impose a presidential candidate on them.
The protesters numbering over 100 stormed the party’s headquarters about 8am and disrupted vehicular movements along Blantyre Street.
The protesters under the aegis of the APC North-South Patriotic Coalition carried banners and placards, saying imposing former President Goodluck Jonathan as the APC presidential candidate would “ultimately kill” the party.
Addressing journalists, the convener of the group, Alhaji Toyin Rahim, wondered how the party would justify bringing someone they had called corrupt and incompetent back to power.
He advised the leadership of the party “not to fall victim to ill-advised action that can push the party out of power”.