The Governor of Kogi State, Yahaya Bello, has said that the governors of All Progressive Congress, APC, has (have) upheld the gathering’s National Chairman John Odigie-Oyegun over the break with Chieftain Asiwaju Tinubu.
Bello uncovered this to state house reporters after their gathering with president Muhammadu Buhari when he met them at Aso Rock Presidential Villa in Abuja late Thursday night.
Bello, while tending to State House correspondents after the two-hour shut entryway meeting, said the APC governors believe in Oyegun on the claim by the national pioneer of the APC, Ahmed Bola Tinubu, that the gathering’s national administrator, John Odigie-Oyegun, was undermining the progressing compromise endeavors.
“The governors and greater part of APC individuals, have certainty in our national administrator, Chief John Oyegun. We additionally put stock in the president by selecting Bola Tinubu, our pioneer, to accommodate some bothered individuals from our gathering”.
Be that as it may, one-measure fits-all won’t work and every one of the states where some failing individuals should be restrained,” he said.
Tinubu had, in a letter to Oyegun, blamed what he called the “rushed” introduction of an overseer panel of the APC in Kogi State.
“In Kogi, you hurried to the state, to singularly introduce another arrangement of state authorities, parallel to the authorities as of now heading the state section of the gathering. While this may put you in noteworthy partiality with those parallel authorities you had picked, this plot proposes no change in the welfare of the gathering in Kogi State or at the national level.
“This usurpation of specialist fuels struggle and disarray. It doesn’t resolve it. It is my understanding that the disintegration of the
appropriately constituted state official and the rushed naming of the previously mentioned assemble wasn’t endorsed by the NWC,” Tinubu had expressed in the letter.