From Francis Nansak, Lafia
Aspirants who contested election in the just concluded APC primaries but were unsuccessful at the end of the exercise when the results were eventually announced, have come together laying aside their grievances to ensure that the party retains its position come 2019.
The aspirants comprised those that sort election for the Senate and the House of Representatives, across the federal constituencies. They agreed to work in support of all candidates of the party at all levels including the victory of President Muhammad Buhari and the party in the general election.
The reconciliation meeting was at the instance of Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura who broke the news that the APC in Nasarawa State has resolved the various grievances that followed the outcome of the primaries’ elections.
Among those that spoke included Sen Salihu Agyebola, who bidded for the Southern senatorial district ticket but was, however, defeated by incumbent governor Al-Makura.
Others are Mary Enwogulu for North senatorial zone and Hon Emma Bako.
They all promised not to renege in their support for the party and all other candidates who emerged winners of the primaries, especially the governorship candidate, Engr A. A. Sule.
The AUTHORITY reports that the reconciliation meeting had Sen Abdullahi Adamu in attendant against earlier disagreement over the choice of Engr A. A. Sule by the governor before the primary.
The duo have also collapsed their difference and now willing to work for the success of the party.