By Michael Ofulue, Osogbo
The recently constituted Repositioning Committee of the All Progressives Congress in Osun State has presented its reports to the leadership of the party, calling for the investigation and resolution of the killing of APC members during the last electioneering activities.
The eleven-member Committee, chaired by the former Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole while submitting the report to the Minister of Marine and Blue Economy, Adegboyega Oyetola, at the Tinubu/Shettima Campaign office, Osogbo, reiterated that Oyetola, remains the leader of the party in the State, in accordance with the party’s Constitution.
This is even as Oyetola assured party members that the leadership would ensure full implementation of the recommendations therein.
Adewole noted that the Committee had successfully done justice to the terms of reference informing its constitution as manifested in the recommendations and suggestions put forward for implementation.
He said it is sacrosanct for the party leadership to invoke disciplinary measures on erring members of the party forthwith.
He explained that the 72 memoranda submitted to the Committee were fairly treated and the recommendations being presented to the leaders of the party for consideration and implementation were direct products of the submissions made by critical stakeholders of the party when they appeared before the committee.
Earlier, the APC State Chairman, Alhaji Tajudeem Lawal extolled the members of the Committee for investing their time and other God-given endowments for the crucial party assignment entrusted to them.
“The event of today is not for too much talk but actions which would be in the best interest of our party and subsequently benefit the members and supporters in particular and the people of the state in general.
“I want to assure our leaders and all the members and supporters of our party that all the recommendations of the repositioning committee shall be implemented in order to improve the fortune of our party in the state,” Lawal added.