The reconciliation committee set up by the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kebbi State chaired by Senator Muhammadu Magoro (rtd) has submitted its report to the party.
Senator Muhammad Magoro, while submitting the committee’s report to the chairman of Kebbi APC, Arc Bala Sani Kangiwa at Government House in Birnin Kebbi, yesterday, said the 14-man committee had met 80 aggrieved aspirants who contested in the primary elections for various positions in the state.
‘”I am thankful to the members of my committee as we had tirelessly made assiduous effort to deliver on the mandate we were assigned to. We met 80 aggrieved aspirants in the APC primary elections and had fruitful discussion with them, and they assured us that they would talk to their supporters and jointly work for the benefit of the party in the 2019 electioneering campaigns,” Magoro said.
According to him, the committee, in the course of its work, visited six centres namely Zuru, Suru, Yauri, Jega, Argungu and Birnin Kebbi local government areas.
In his response, the Kebbi APC chairman, Bala Sani Kangiwa thanked the committee for completing its work in a short time while hoping that the report would further stabilise the party in the state.
Also the publicity secretary of APC in Kebbi State, Alhaji Sani Dododo shortly after the event told journalists that the party would carefully go through the report with a view to implementing it.