JUST IN: Our discussion at APC reconciliatory meeting-Senator Shekarau

Senator Ibrahim Shekarau

Senator representing Kano Central and leader of G7, Malam Ibrahim Shekarau has expressed readiness for reconciliation with the Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje led faction on strict conditions of equity and fairness to all members of All Progressive Congress in Kano.

Malam Shekarau stated this in a 4.39 , four minutes, thirty nine seconds audio released on Wednesday night on what transpired at the reconciliation meeting initiated by the Chairman APC Caretaker Committee and Yobe State Governor, Mai Mala Buni and other members.

Solacebase reports that the APC Caretaker Committee led by the Chairman, Mai Mala Buni and Jigawa State Governor, Mohammad Badaru Abubakar on Tuesday met in Abuja, with the warring factions of the party in Kano so as to reconcile the groups.

Shekarau said the committee did not rule on any issue after the discussion but rather appealed to the factions to close ranks for peace to reign.

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‘’The reconciliatory committee was inundated with our successes at the court and the present situation of the party,’’ Shekarau said.

‘’We told the committee that we are ready for peace discussion but with conditions. The conditions are not respect for party members, equity and fairness among all, so that everybody’s rights are protected.’’

‘’The struggle we are embarking on is not to create chaos or disrespect anybody but to ensure that the efforts create level playing field for everybody.’’

‘’The Almighty God emphasized that reconciliation is very good but we should sensible, honest and ensure fairness in carrying out the action.’’

The leadership of the party at the headquarters are already looking into the complaints submitted before it .

The former Kano State Governor appealed to supporters not to be deterred or worried as the group would never compromise the interest of the generality.

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