By; BAYO AKAMO, Ibadan
Governor Abiola Ajimobi on Monday disclosed that the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in Oyo State is still open to reconciliation with any of its estranged aggrieved members.
The governor said this in Ibadan while answering questions from newsmen shortly after a meeting of APC leaders and stakeholders from across Oyo State held at the party’s state Secretariat, Oke Ado.
He stressed that in line with the reconciliatory move by Oyo APC , efforts are ongoing to re-embrace the perceived aggrieved members especially those that are ready to be reconciled back into the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), in the ongoing reconciliation move going on in the state.
According to Governor Ajimobi the party was ready for any of the aggrieved members that is ready for reconciliation, adding that internal crisis is not peculiar to Oyo APC.
“What we discussed is politics. We are ready for those who are ready for reconciliation. There are some that are reconcilable. There are some are not reconcilable. Those who are reconcilable, we will reconcile with them.
God created all of us, we will be fighting and we will be settling it” he said
The governor added, “You can see, some are coming back now. Some of them have come back. That is what politics is all about,”saying, ” but the best thing in our party is that we use to reconcile. All the political parties also have their own problems. Other political parties also have their own problems. But, in our party, there is room for reconciliation, you can see that some of them are still coming back. Internal crisis is not peculiar to Oyo APC, other parties also have their own problems”.
The meeting was attended by the Oyo state Deputy Governor, Chief Moses Adeyemo; Speaker of the state House of Assembly, Hon. Olagunju Ojo; former Governor of the state, Chief Adebayo Alao-Akala; Chief of Staff Dr. Gbade Ojo; member, House of Representatives, Hon. Saheed Fijabi,Ibadan North West/ Ibadan South West; Hon. Akeem Adeyemi (Atiba/Afijio/ Oyo East/Oyo West) and Hon. Segun Odebunmi (Surulere/Ogo-Oluwa).
Others are APC Chairman in the state, Chief Akin Oke; Hon. Kehinde Subair and secretary of the party, Hon. Mojeed Olaoya.