… Ondo APC sues for reconciliation

… Ondo APC sues for reconciliation-

The judgement of the Supreme  Court over the case between Chief Segun Abraham and Arakunrin Akeredolu has been described as a watershed in the quest for genuine reconciliation in the Ondo State chapter of the All Progressives Congress, (APC).

The State Chairman of APC, Ade Adetimehin, who stated this while reacting to the judgement further declared that there was no victor, no vanquished,” stressing that the two parties belong to a family.

The court’s decision, he contended, has come at a critical moment when the party is exploring every democratic and lawful means to ensure enduring reconciliation of all the tendencies within the fold.

Adetimehin said the judgement created the elusive opportunity for Akeredolu and Abraham to unite for the development of the State chapter.

“Besides, the governor can now concentrate on policies that will further promote and enhance the delivery of dividends of democracy to the people of Ondo State”, he argued.

The party boss warned followers of the two leaders to desist forthwith, from fanning the embers of disunity.

Adetimehin assured that a formidable machinery for comprehensive reconciliation would be set up shortly after the election on Saturday to place the party on a new and stronger pedestal.

He commended the duo for exhibiting a high sense of restraint and maturity while the case lasted in court.



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