Yobe State governor and Chairman, All Progressives Congress (APC) Caretaker Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee, (CECPC), Mai Mala Buni, has assured aggrieved chieftains of the party not comfortable with the outcome of weekend Local Government congresses of amicable resolutions of crises trailing the exercise.
Governor Buni dropped the hint in a statement at the weekend in response to reports of parallel congresses being conducted in some state chapters across the country.
Buni in a statement by his Director General, Press and Media Affairs, Mamman Mohammed, disclosed that the party has instituted internal mechanisms to address differences and grievances arising from the congress.
He assured that the party will be transparent, just and fair to anybody or group of persons with complaints that are forwarded to the party.
He said: “The doors of reconciliation are always open in the party to build a strong and united APC.
“We should therefore explore and exploit the opportunities available to settle all differences.”
“I am highly elated that we are progressing at every stage of the congress, l am optimistic that the party will at the end of the congresses produce a generally acceptable and credible leadership that will build on the successes recorded for a strong, united and a winning APC.”
The chairman, APC CECPC congratulated the party faithful, stakeholders and congress officials on the peaceful and successful conduct of the party local government congresses across the country.
“Reports reaching my office indicate that the local government congresses were conducted peacefully and successfully across the country.
“I salute our members, stakeholders, the candidates and their supporters for the peaceful and rancour-free exercise.”
“You have done the party proud and remain a role model to other political parties.”