As a strategic measure to strengthen the activities of National Action Congress (NAC) two illustrious sons of Imo State Sir Good Luck Nwachukwu and Rotarian Everest Ezihe has been appointed respectively as the National Secretary and National Publicity Secretary of the newly re-registered Political Party.

The occasion which took place on Tuesday at Ijesa, Osun State ancestral home of Dr. Olapade Agoro, the National Chairman of the Political Party who inadvertently presided over the occasion.

Dr. Agoro who is an Aladura patriarch as well as the Owa’Tapa of Itapa Ijesa Land expressed satisfaction on the efforts the Political Party is undergoing towards its re-positioning and transformation noting the duo as the divine tonics the party needed in its developmental efforts.

He also revealed the mission and the vision of the political party which entails the restoration of good and purposeful governance to Nigeria as a nation and installation of righteous leaders.

The National Chairman further said that the immediate past Secretary General of the Political Party – Hajia Bilikus Rabia has been suspended and removed as one of the national officers of the party due to alleged gross misconducts.
The Aladura patriarch enjoined the newly appointed National Secretary and National Publicity Secretary of the political party not to relent in their patriotic efforts of ensuring that the party remain formidable and credible in the nation’s fourth coming political activities.

Responding, Dr. Nwachukwu assured of his commitment in re-positioning the political party using his grass root contacts all over the federation.
He called on the party chairmen and members within the 36 states of the federation to answer the clarion call of strategic positioning of the party in the minds of the grass root.

From (L – R) Rotn. Everest Ezihe, The National Publicity Secretary of NAC, Women Leader Ekiti State, Sir GoodLuck Nwachukwu, the National Secretary NAC, Dr. Olapade Aroro, the National Chairman and Osun State Chairman of NAC shortly after Sir. Nwachukwu collected his appointment letter.