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APC Honours Chief Bisi Akande, Translates Constitution Into Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo

Chief Bisi Akande

In its resolve to identify with the grassroots, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has translated its Constitution into three local Nigerian languages.

The languages are Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo.

The party will launch the local versions of its constitution on February 16 in honour of its first Interim National chairman, Chief Bisi Akande.

A statement by the party said: “The translation which is modeled and structured after the original Constitution will further enable party faithful to understand the principles governing the party and other sundry issues.

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“The public presentation of the translated constitution of the APC into three major Nigerian languages (Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo), which has been dedicated to  its first highly respected interim National Chairman, Chief Bisi Akande will take place at the International Conference Centre Abuja on February 16, 2016.

“This is a move to spread the message of unity and solidarity among its members and also further preach the grassroots nature of the party. The event is expected to be attended by a majority of its members and party faithful.”

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