November 12, 2018

Ogboru should lead Delta APC reconciliation —Odili



By Emma Amaize

All Progressives Congress, APC, House of Representatives candidate in Ndokwa/Ukwuani Federal Constituency, Delta State, Mr. Paul Odili, has suggested that the party’s governorship candidate, Chief Great Ogboru, should directly pilot the reconciliation process of aggrieved members of the party.


Odili said this in a statement commending the chairman of the party, Prophet Jones Erue, for setting up the Chief Richard Odibo Reconciliation Committee.

He said: “It is also my contention that in view of the deep division in the party, the reconciliation process will benefit greatly from the strong leadership of Chief Great Ogboru.

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“I am saying this because the wound in the party is deep, warranting that Chief Ogboru must be directly and actively involved. It is my firm belief that the healing and reconciliation of most if not all the aggrieved within APC will be faster. President Buhari’s example is a good one to copy.

Odili noted that the decision to reconcile aggrieved members in the aftermath of the primaries that left the party deeply divided is well thought out and overdue.

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“Members of the Reconciliation Committee are credible party leaders who should be supported in their task to reunite the party and strengthen it for the coming election.”