…As APC inaugurates 36 States, FCT Chairmen
By Raphael Jov, Abuja
John Oyegun, National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC has warned the newly inaugurated Lagos, Oyo, Rivers, Delta and Taraba states Chairmen of the party not to commence any official duties.
Oyegun said the States chairmen have to wait until the outcome of the panel headed by the APC Deputy National Chairman North, Lawal Shuaibu saddled with the responsibility of investigating the issues associated with their elections.
The APC National Chairman who stated this while inaugurating the 36 states and FCT chairmen of the Party at its National Secretariat, Abuja however asked others without issues to immediately inaugurate their State and Local Government Exco members preparatory to the National Convention.
“There is serious need for quick reconciliation especially in Rivers, Taraba, Oyo, Delta, Lagos and others. Let the chairmen there wait and should not inaugurate their EXCOs like the others until the issues with the Congresses in such states are resolved.
” I’m going to set up a committee headed by the Deputy National Chairman North to study the situations in such states for possible actions. There will be concessions and harmonizations after the exercise within a week, Oyegun stated.
He reminded the party state chairmen that they have the onerous task of maturing APC, working hard to return the party to its lost glory and making sure they work hard for the reelection of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Oyegun also urged them to tell their people about the great achievements recorded by the APC government as the government is on the right course, saying, a firm foundation has been laid for the development of Nigeria and in spite of lean resources, APC has
achieved much more in three years.
” Get acquainted with the achievements put together in a document which I will make available to you. Tell Nigerians the achievements of your government. In infrastructure; a lot of roads have been constructed, agriculture; much rice is produced, transport, rail is there and power we now have 7000 megawatts”, Oyegun stressed.