Niger State Governor and Chairman North Central Governors Forum, Abubakar Sani Bello has assured that the crisis in the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kwara State will be resolved amicably among all aggrieved members. This was contained in a press statement by Mary Noel-Berje
Chief Press Secretary to Governor of Niger State.
Governor Sani Bello, who is a member of the National Caretaker/Convention Planning Committee, disclosed this to journalists after a meeting with the Kwara State Chapter of the party held at the APC National Secretariat in Abuja.
The NCGF Chairman assured that, though it is a difficult task, the committee would ensure the issues are addressed with fairness and without bias adding that, while the interest of the party will be ultimately considered, he is optimistic that the outcome will be favourable and acceptable by all parties involved.
“We have no intention to favour any person but to look critically at the situation and to advise the National Caretaker Committee on the next necessary step to take”.
He identified communication lapses as one of the problems of the party in Kwara State, promising that the committee will work assiduously to foster peace and unity which will help in strengthening the Party.
The Governor said all resolutions will be reported back to the National Caretaker Committee after a week for necessary actions.
The reconciliation meeting was chaired by the APC National Secretary, Senator John James Akpanudoedehe as well as other members of the National Committee and critical stakeholders of the Kwara State Chapter of the Party.
The NCGF Chairman also held a close door meeting with all the North Central States Chairmen of the Party to discuss issues that will further strengthen the Party in the region.