Nasarawa state Governor, Umaru Tanko Al-Makura has expressed optimism that the All Progressives Congress, APC, would come out stronger and united from the current National Assembly leadership crisis rocking the party.
The Governor who made the declaration while speaking with Journalists in Lafia at the weekend averred that those anticipating that the party will break up will be put to shame as according to him what happened at the national assembly was natural in every political circle because of diverse interests.
He maintained that such crisis was bound to happen in political circles, noting that with APC as the hope of the ordinary man and with the high expectations from the public, the party was bound to face such challenges.
Al-Makura revealed that the Caucus of the party and other party leaders would meet on Tuesday to find lasting solution to the crisis, pointing out that invitations have since been sent to members of Board of Trustees, BOT for the crucial meeting.
“Already we the party leaders, caucus and BOT have been invited for a meeting which I believe is a way forward in finding lasting solution to the crisis” He stressed.
“I consider what happened in the National Assembly as something natural and inspite of the bad blood that was generated during NASS leadership election, we remain one family”.
He added, leaders of the party will find a lasting solution to the problem and ensure that the crisis do not split the party.
The Governor who describing the leadership crisis as unfortunate however, reietrated that despite the development, the party remains united and unshaken on its task of moving the country forward.
He noted that in spite of the bad blood the crisis generated, APC considers Saraki and Lawan as brothers just like Dogara and Gbajabiamila as one united family hence the move by the party leaders and the BOT to find a lasting solution to the crisis.

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