Enugu APC: We are reconciling all aggrieved members - Party chairman, Ude
The new leadership of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Enugu State chapter, says it will use every available dispute resolution means to reconcile all the aggrieved members of the party.
Speaking with journalists after the State working committee meeting held at the Party’s Secretariat in Enugu, the State chairman of the Party, Comrade Adolphus Ude stated that the state Working Committee had directed all the ward and local government chairmen across the 260 political Wards, as well as 17 Local Government Areas in the State to start the process of reconciling all the party members who felt wronged during the congresses.
“As you can see, we have new leadership in APC Enugu State, filled with people that have the necessary requirements to change the political behavior in the State.
“We will not rest on our oars but have started moves to ensure that all issues that have to do with Party members are resolved.
“It is time for consolidation which can be more effective through proper reconciliation as we need to take over power from the PDP,” Ude said.
Comrade Ude emphasized that they were seriously working hard to reach out to all the State chairmanship aspirants so as to carry everybody along.
“We are currently working on reaching out to all the aspirants, especially those who contested for the State Chairmanship position.
“All our brothers and Sisters, who left PDP for APC because of marginalization would be highly accommodated.
“They tried their best during the Congress but the party members want them to stay for a while and study the Party and how things work.
“They have to learn the way we do things and also get involved with our democratic norms and be part and parcel of the party first, before taking a shot at the State or Local Government Leadership,” he noted.
Some members of the State working committee, who were elected on Saturday, were equally inaugurated during the maiden meeting which includes, two out of the three Zonal Vice chairmen, Hon Tony Ibekwe and Hon Ejiofor Okolagu, the State special Leader, Comrade Chika Mamah, the State Organizing Secretary, Hon Chime Ifeanyi Ede, amongst others.