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Kwara APC crisis not yet resolved, says Lai Mohammed’s faction

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Lai Muhammed (Minister For Information )

Against the claim by the national reconciliation committee of the All Progressives Congress, the Kwara State chapter of the party on Tuesday said that the lingering crisis among factions in the state is yet to be resolved.

The Chairman of the National Caretaker Committee of APC, Governor Mai Mala Buni had said on Monday that the committee had succeeded in reconciling differences among stakeholders in Gombe, Ogun, Osun, Kwara and many other states, thanking the stakeholders individually and collectively.

However, addressing a conference at the factional secretariat of the party in Ilorin on Tuesday, the Publicity Secretary of the APC faction loyal to the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, Ibrahim Sharafadeen, described the purported reconciliation as false.

Sharafadeen, who said that the statement credited to the chairman of the party’s caretaker and extraordinary convention planning committee, was a lie, added that none of the warring factions and concerned stakeholders sat on a round table for the purpose of reconciliation during the visit of the national reconciliation committee to the state.

He also said that the statement could result in the “continuing ruination of the party and provide an exit clause for those anxious to leave. It is also proper to conclude that Governor Buni must either be under the pressure of words resulting from not knowing what to say or that he and members of his committee have been wrongly briefed by the Senator Abdullahi Adamu-led national reconciliation committee.

“We are still at a loss as to how the chairman came to the conclusion that all the aggrieved party members in Kwara state have been reconciled. For the avoidance of doubt… The claim, therefore, by Mai Mala Buni-led committee that the protracted crisis in the Kwara APC was resolved is a lie from the pit of hell which could be likened to an offensive odour of fart from a lift. It might be true that the crisis in Gombe, Ogun, Osun and other states as claimed, but certainly not that of Kwara State.”


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