APC reacts to Buhari asking Tinubu to reconcile aggrieved party members


The All Progressives Congress (APC) has reacted to President Muhammadu Buhari’s directive that its national leader, Bola Tinubu should reconcile aggrieved party members.

APC said the directive was a welcome development, adding that such task required a great deal of political skills and experience which Tinubu possessed.

Speaking with Independent, spokesperson of APC, Bolaji Abdullahi also expressed gratitude to Tinubu for accepting the role assigned to him by Buhari.

Abudullahi said the experience of Tinubu will help him in carrying out the task effectively.

He said, “Any efforts to reconcile and put the party together is a welcome development because there is a lot of work to be done. It requires someone with experience and political skills to do well in that aspect.

“So, it is a welcome development and we want to commend Mr President for giving that a priority and for finding Asiwaju Tinubu worthy of that assignment.

“We also commend Asiwaju Tinubu for agreeing to accept the role for the betterment of our great party. We believe our party will come out stronger and united after the reconciliation process.”


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