The National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu on Thursday declared that there was no differences to be sorted out in the party.
Tinubu said “there is no crisis in the party, hence, no fight to reconcile.”
He made the declaration shortly after a closed door meeting with Governor Mala Buni, Chairman of the APC Caretaker Committee and other members at his Bourdillon Residence in Ikoyi, Lagos.
Buni, also the governor of Yobe, led other members of the APC national caretaker committee to the Lagos meeting with Mr Tinubu.
”We have no differences to be sorted out in the APC; we just had consultation and it is how our party, the APC, would continue to be a progressive party,” he said.
According to him, the committee is a consultation and not reconciliation committee since nobody is fighting anybody.
”There are instances when you disagree, but it doesn’t mean that you cannot discuss it over and be a good example in leadership and politics,” Tinubu said.
The former Lagos State governor also said that politics without seeming media crisis would be less interesting.
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”But the question is, are we committed to building this party and Nigeria? That is what we are all about.
”We are steering the ship of our nation and our party in the right direction,” Tinubu said.
He said that the party leadership had trust and respect for the chairman of the caretaker committee and would support him to succeed for the party to continue in its progressive governance of the country.
The committee chairman, who led other members to the meeting, said that the meeting was part of the consultation the committee was making.
”You know the task before us is daunting, and we need guidance, experience and prayers from our leaders,” Buni said.
Other members of the committee in attendance included the Chairman of Progressive Governor’s Forum, Governor Abubakar Bagudu; Secretary of caretaker committee, James Akpan Udo-Edehe and Niger State Governor, Abubakar Bello.
The host Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, expressed his pleasure to have his colleagues in the state.
”It’s been a very fruitful discussion we have had here this evening,” Mr Sanwo-Olu said.