Oyo APC crisis over, Adanla tells Fayemi

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Oyo state, Alhaji Kayode Adanla Monday said the prolonged crisis rocking the party in the state is now over.

Alhaji Adanla who was speaking on Sunday’s peace meeting of the party initiated by Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti state said the final resolution of this crisis “is a welcome development and all embracing.”

The APC chieftain stated that with final resolution of the prolonged crisis, APC leaders and members in Oyo state are now one, adding, “we will make sure we live as one big family henceforth. No more bickering or in- fighting amongst us again.

“All the groups, camps, factions have been disbanded and what we have now is one big APC family. The meeting unanimously decided and it was agreed by all that was present at the meeting that be it Senaco, Lamist, Unity forum, Destiny group, Reformers, Aspirants forum, Way forward or what have you, should cease to exist and all structures should collapse into APC.

 “Everybody should go back to their respective local government and champion the cause of the party. This we see as a welcome development and a right step in the right direction.”

Speaking further, the APC Chieftain pointed out that as a result of this remarkable step, the party leaders from across the 33 local government areas of Oyo state have commended Governor  Fayemi and Otunba Adebayo Alao-Akala for the unique achievement of finally bringing to an end the animosity that has hitherto bedeviled the  APC in Oyo state.

Alhaji Adanla said APC leaders in Oyo state appreciated the roles played by the two leaders who co-chaired the meeting and all others in bringing the crisis to an end.

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