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New political movement ACC emerges ahead of 2027 elections

A new political movement known as the Allied Conservative Congress (ACC) has surfaced on the Nigerian political scene ahead of the 2027 general elections.

A statement by the National Publicity Secretary of the ACC, Alhaji Abubakar Sadiq, noted that the movement is determined to sail Nigerians to a greater and brighter destination and make the country great again with its conservation ideology.

The statement further stated that the clear provisions of the 1999 Constitution are neglected and observed in the breach by past and present governments in Nigeria since the restoration of democracy in 1999. 

According to Sadiq, the movement has embarked on a nationwide campaign, with eminent Nigerians of conservative inclination convening to strategize and pave a new path for the nation. 

“Leaders and members of ACC are men and women of honour, integrity, and probity, with exceeding passion to make Nigeria forever great by restoring sanity, morality, honesty, uprightness, national cohesion, unity and patriotism. Nigerian people who belong to our political movement have equal stake in the movement irrespective of ethnicity, religion and gender. 

“Its flag consists of three equal-sized vertical curved stripes, green, white and purple and the movement’s logo inside the white part of the flag. Green represents Agriculture, White represents Peace, Purple represents strength, while canoe represents sailing Nigerians to a greater destination. 

“Logo of the political movement is a map of Nigeria edged coloured purple with a canoe inside coloured brown, an abbreviation of the movement’s name, ACC in purple and its slogan forever great in purple under the map and name of the movement, Allied Conservative Congress in green, purple and green, above the map. Its slogan is forever great.

“As a conservative political movement, ACC will promote a national policy based on social justice, rule of law, freedom, equality, human dignity, fiscal responsibility peace and progress of all Nigerian people”, the statement added.

The article was originally published on Politics Nigeria.

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