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Consultations Ongoing Between Tinubu, Amaechi, Lawan, Others

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The Deputy National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, (North-West), Salihu Lukman on Saturday said that there are moves to reconcile aggrieved members of the party.

According to Lukman, the presidential candidate of the party, Bola Tinubu has reconciled with some aggrieved presidential aspirants in the party.

The former Director General of the Progressive Governors Forum said Tinubu after the presidential primary met with some of the presidential aspirants.

The likes of Former Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, Senate President, Ahmad Lawan and several others have been silent on the activities of the party.

He stated that he expected the presidential candidate to pick the aggrieved members as part of the consultations going on for the campaign council.

Lukman expressed hope that the campaign council after being put together will accommodate the aggrieved members and there would be unity.

He said, “Honestly, I won’t lie to you. My understanding is that a number of the aspirants have been reconciled. I noticed that after the presidential convention, I noticed that the candidate moved from house to house, meeting people. I expect that the consultations going on about the composition of the campaign council, I expect that it involves a number of these people.

“But as I said because of the low party activities, speculations are high but most of the speculations may be unfounded but it can only be verified by the relevant actors. I am not part of the negotiations going on so I can’t talk authoritatively about it. But I believe, all the different aspirants are part of the process, they are being consulted and I am very confident that the campaign council that will be produced will accommodate everybody and everybody will be united.”

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