The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Edo State has said it will soon commence capturing of the fingerprints of its members across the 192 wards of the state.
This was made known by the Publicity Secretary of the Party in the state, Chris Azebamwan, at a media briefing held in Benin.
According to him, “the decision was reached after an enlarged state working committee meeting of local government party chairmen.
“The biometric exercise would strengthen APC membership base ahead of 2019 general election as more people will join and contribute their quota to the development of the Party.”
Azebamwan added that: “Matters relating to indiscipline within the rank and file in the party have been resolved.”
He said the party had monitored its performance index ahead of future polls.
According to him, APC established a feedback mechanism through the engagement of 192 special assistants to Governor Godwin Obaseki.