What Oyo APC factions agreed at Abuja meeting • To meet again in Ibadan next Sunday

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Details emerged over the weekend on some of the resolutions reached at a meeting of key figures of the Oyo State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) held in Abuja last
Thursday. The meeting convened by the Governor Abubakar Badaru-led Reconciliation Committee of the APC brought together the two factions of the Oyo APC, Unity Forum and SENACO to a roundtable where peace was brokered.
Among those present at the meeting were, former Oyo State governor, Adebayo Alao-Akala; former Minister of
Communications, Adebayo Shittu; aide to former governor Lam Adesina, Fatai Ibikunle; former Senator, Ayo Adeseun; Minister of Sports, Mr Sunday Dare; former Oyo deputy governor, Mr Moses Adeyemo; former Senator, Soji Akanbi; chairman, Oyo APC, Mr Akin Oke; Senators Teslim Folarin and Fatai Buhari; Honourable Dokun Odebunmi.
In the well-attended meeting, stakeholders agreed to unite, embrace peace, work to reposition the party so as to reclaim Oyo state.
However, this agreement was not without the two groups of Unity Forum and SENACO shifting grounds to arrive at a consensus. Central to the agreement reached was the assurance of a level- playing ground with no individual or group claiming to own the party. While conceding that there was the tendency for party members to be in and out of the party, both groups resolved that the party belonged to no particular individual or group. On calls for dissolution or stay of Chief Akin Oke-led state executive council, the meeting resolved to allow party executive councils from ward to state level to subsist only till  early next year when they will all be dissolved.


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