A new faction was broken out of the APC and called itself the Reformed All Progressives Congress (R-APC). The new party is the same as the new Peoples Democratic Party which joined the APC in the build-up to the 2015 general elections. The party’s national chairman during his speech on Wednesday, July 4, accused the APC of trying to shut out the nPDP from the activities of the party. He said the party would now be addressed as RAPC and that all national and ward leaders have been appointed.
Below is the full list of the national officers of the R-APC as announced by Galadima: 1. Yobe State – Buba Galadima (National Chairman) 2. Kano State – Bala Muhd Gwagwarwa (National Deputy Chairman, North) 3. Abia State – Chief Theo Nkire (National Deputy Chairman, South East)
4. Ondo State – Hon. Eko Olakunle (National Vice Chairman South West) 5. Kaduna State – Hon. Hussaini Dambo (National Vice Chairman North West) 6. Kogi State – Mahmud Mohammed Abubakar – (National Vice Chairman, North Central) 7. Benue State – Hon. Godwin Akaan (Deputy National Secretary) 8. Oyo State -Dr Fatai Atanda (National Secretary) 9. Edo State – Kazeem Afegbua (National Publicity Secretary) 10. Adamawa State – Daniel Bwala (Financial Secretary) 11. Jigawa State – Abba Malami Taura (Deputy National Auditor)
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15. Katsina State – Haj Aisha Kaita (National Woman Leader) 16. Bauchi State – Mrs. Fatima Adamu (National Welfare Secretary) 17. Ogun State -Alh. Isiak Akinwumi (Deputy Financial Secretary) 18. Zamfara State – Alh. Bashir Mai Mashi (Deputy National Treasurer) 19. Abuja – Hauwa Adam Mamuda (Deputy Welfare Secretary) 20. Sokoto State – Hon. Shuaibu Gwanda Gobir (Deputy National Publicity Secretary) 21. Katsina State – M. T. Liman (National Organising Secretary) 22. Niger State – Dr Theo Sheshi ( Deputy National Organising Secretary. Some of the party’s state chairmen include: 1. Adamawa – Dimas Ezra 2. Anambra – Sir Toby Chukwudi Okwuaya 3. Bauchi – Sani Shehu 4. Benue – Noah Mark Dickson 5. Jigawa – Hon. Nasiru Garba Dantiye 6. Kaduna – Col. Gora (Rtd) 7. Kano – Umar Haruna Doguwa 8. Katsina – Sada Ilu 9. Kogi – Alh. Hadi Ametuo 10. Ogun – Alhaji Adeleke Adewale Taofeek 11. Ondo – Hon. Otetubi Idowu 12. Oyo – Alh. Ali Alimi Isiaka Adisa 13. Yobe – Mohammed Burgo Dalah 14. Zamfara – Alh. Nasiru Yakubu 15. Niger – Hon. Samaila Yusuf Kontagora 16. FCT – Adaji Usman.