APC Primary: We’re Making Moves To Bring Everybody Together – Tenebe Told NWC


Mr. Jarrett Tenebe, the Edo State Acting Chairman of the APC, has told the National Chairman, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, and members of the National Working Committee, of his strategic plans to foster unity within the party after the party’s gubernatorial primaries.

“We are making moves to set up a reconciliation committee to bring everybody together because that is what we need at this stage,” Tenebe announced, underlining the importance of harmony within the party ranks.

Tenebe who didn’t shy away from acknowledging the challenges faced during the primaries, expressed a resolute commitment to resolving lingering issues.

“We are going to get in touch with our National leader, Senator Adams Oshiomhole, and every other thing that played out during the primaries will be put to rest,” he declared, signaling a determination to address the internal conflicts and forge a way forward dorbthe party.

The Acting Chairman painted a vivid picture of unity and collective action, asserting, “Moving forward, we are to work together move en masse all through the night; we will not sleep until we take over Edo State.” This statement reflected not only his dedication but also a sense of urgency in the party’s mission to assert its influence in Edo State.


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