2023: Warring Oyo APC Factions Reconcile, Pledge To Work Together

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By; BAYO AKAMO, Ibadan


Leaders of two of the warring factions in the All Progressives Congress, (APC)  in Oyo State on Sunday resolved their differences.
The two factions , Ajimobi Legacy Forum (ALF) and the Unity Group (UG) met in Ogbomoso and resolved to work together in the interest of the party.
It was learnt that at the end of the deliberation which was presided over by Alhaji Abu Gbadamosi, the meeting agreed to work together while the coming together .
The APC factions leaders were said to have also noted that they would avoid mistakes of the past which led to the disagreement that resulted in the loss of the governorship position in the last election. 
“Today’s meeting has clearly shown our resolve to put the past behind and work together in order to strengthen the party in the state. We have decided to  work with honesty of  purpose. This is more so as we are ideologically  the same and we see things the same way”, a leader at the meeting said. 
It was learnt that the meeting held at the residence of the Ogbomoso born Chieftain of the party , Senator  Ayo Adeseun was attended by the former Minister of Communication, Alhaji Adebayo Shittu, Senator Femi Lanlehin, who contested the last general election on the platform of the African Democratic Party (ADC), Alhaji Fatai Ibikunle, Chairman of the National Lottery Regulation Commission, Alhaji Isiaka  Alimi, Barrister  Micheal Lana, Alhaji Abu Gbadamosi for the Unity Group.
The Ajimobi Legacy Forum team was led by Chief Kunle  Sanda, Chairman of the board of the National Cereal Research  Institute (NCRI), a former member of the House of Representatives, Folake Olunloyo-Oshinowo, Chairman, Association of Local Government Chairmen of Nigeria  (ALGON), Hon Ayodeji Abass Aleshinloye, Hon former Chairman of Labour Party in Oyo State, Gbenga Olayemi and Immediate Special Adviser, Communication and Strategy, Mr Bolaji Tunji.

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