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APC Should Get Ready For What PDP Will Do In Lagos – Gov Makinde


Governor of Oyo State, Mr Seyi Makinde has requested the All Progressives Congress (APC) to brace-up for what the Peoples Democratic Celebration (PDP) will do in Lagos. 

Makinde who’s chairman of the reconciliation committee of the PDP said this at a gathering reconciling aggrieved celebration members in Lagos State.

The reconciliation assembly with stakeholders of the celebration held the Lugard workplace of Chief Bode George in Lagos.

After the closed-door assembly, Governor Makinde said that the PDP has fastened its home and are prepared to maneuver ahead.

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The governor stated, “As you can see it was mission accomplished. My father (Bode George) and I were able to resolve some of the issues. You must be frontal on how issues are addressed but we have made some good progress.”

Reacting to a query as regards why the PDP chairman in Lagos State, Mr Deji Doherty, was absent on the assembly, Makinde stated: “You see, you don’t leap the gun, it’s one step at a time.

“We have now come right here to fulfill the stakeholders with my father and chief right here to maneuver the celebration ahead. I can provide the assurance that the unity of the PDP in Lagos State is sacrosanct proper now.

“We’re additionally placing the APC on discover that they should put together for what’s coming in Lagos.”

Additionally talking after the assembly Chief Bode George stated he’s impressed with what the management of the celebration is doing to revive unity.

“I am very impressed, we have a solution and we have all agreed,” Chief George instructed newsmen.

Additionally current on the assembly have been former governor of Delta State, Chief James Ibori; former Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Senator Koforola Bucknor-Akerele; former Deputy Nationwide Chairman of the PDP, Chief Bode George, former Second Republic Transport Minister, Chief Ebenezer Babatope and others.

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