National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Chief John Odigie Oyegun, has said that there is a problem in the APC family but the party would strive to resolve all the problems and reconcile all aggrieved parties.
Oyegun, who spoke to journalists yesterday said “All the party has decided to do is to reunify as quickly as possible our members in both chambers of the National Assembly under the existing realities. That is the first priority. Every other thing will follow suit.
“All other thing will have to wait. This is because, if for instance, the president says he wants to present his list of ministerial nominees to the Senate, we would not want a situation whereby the senate will be divided.
“Let me assure the public that peace is on the way. We had a problem in the family, no doubt about that, but we are moving quickly to resolve it. As you can see, we are working hard to see that the leaders and rank and file don’t start throwing punches.
“There was no doubt that when you have problems, your opponents will seize the opportunity to rise. But what is important is how quickly we get our acts together and put all this behind us and move forward strongly.
“Some of these setbacks, no doubt, will give the other side the opportunity to laugh, but it is temporal and usual wherever you have human beings.”
Source: The Herald