A former governor of Adamawa State and chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Murtala Nyako, seems to have a big crystal ball.

He has stared in it and seen the future of the ruling party.

He criticised the decision of the party to extend the tenure of its executive committees at the national and other levels as potentially suicidal.

Speaking in Yola on Saturday while addressing a group of APC supporters at his residence, Nyako warned that the party may die unless its leaders take urgent actions to address alleged illegalities.

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The former governor said APC has lost the moral ground to speak on due process, rule of law, enforcement of democratic norms and culture.

He contended that the only way out of the controversies surrounding the tenure elongation of the executive committee is for the party to hold a national convention, saying anything outside this would not work.

According to him, the actions of some party leaders will not make APC move forward.

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