Kwara APC crisis: we’re on course to reconcile aggrieved members says Fagbemi
The newly elected chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), in kwara state, Prince Sunday Fagbemi has said that his led executive is on the move to reconcile all aggrieved party members in the state.
Fagbemi made this known while addressing Journalists in Ilorin on Thursday, 21st of October.
According to him, the crisis in the party is only a figment of the imagination of some saboteours and called on all members of the party to join hands with him to rebuild the APC.
“We have embarked on genuine reconcilation with those that we believe they have reasons to be aggreived.
“Towards this end, I have instructed my members during our maiden familiarisation meeting to meet with them. We have worked together before and we can still work together again.
“We cant do it alone and therefore I call on all hands to be deck to move the party forward”, he added.
On the last state congress, Fagbemi said it is good to note that the minister, Alhaji Lai Mohammed and the supposed elected chairman have denied participation in any parallel exercise.
Earlier, the spokesperson of the group, Chief James Ayeni thanked the Governor for supporting the call to allow the party’s chairmanship position return to the South for it to complete it’s tenure.
He said the new chairman has the experience, knowledge and capacity to lead the party to victory come 2023.
While thanking the Governor for appointments of many Kwara South indigenes into governance, Ayeni urged him to continue to do more for the state.