From Ahmed Idris, Birnin Kebbi
Kebbi State All Progressives Congress (APC) has commenced the reconciliation of the all aggrieved members across the 21 Local Governments of the State.
Addressing journalists shortly after the meeting yesterday at the Presidential lodge in Birnin Kebbi, the Public Relations Officer of the Party Alhaji Sani Dododo said that the reconciliation meeting was aimed to foster the good relationship with the all aggrieved Party supporters members and also to work towards ensuring 2023 incoming general elections victory.
He explained further that the party invited all the Local Government Party chairmen and also the Local Government elected chairmen to the meeting in order to brainstorm and fine lasting solutions to the political problem.
“we are starting this meeting with the chairmen and Local Governments party chairmen before the stakeholders meeting, this meeting will make us know who is having problems and where the problem lies and way forward, it will make us to bring people together” he added.
He said that APC will still remain the ruling party even after the Buhari administration. “The party will be stronger than now, we are going to win the Governorship election of Edo and Osun states by the Grace of God” he said.
Dododo added that Kebbi State has not known any opposition parties and we will make sure that APC maintains the status quo in order to boost the party popularity and unite the members.
Also speaking, the APC State Women Leader, Hajiya Aishatu Gunabi thanked the Governor for initiating the reconciliation of the all aggrieved members. She assured the people that she is ready to mobilize all the women for the unity of the party.
“we are going to work toward the progress of the Party and bring back all the aggrieved women politicians, APC will win both in the State and at the national level” she said.
Also in his remark, the ALGON Chairman and also the Jega Local Government Chairman Alhaji Sheahu Masha said that all the Local Governments chairmen are going to work hard and make the party win the forthcoming 2023 general elections.