By Appolos Christian
The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) under the national leadership of Chief Edozie Njoku, says it will swiftly embark on total reconciliation of all the party members both current and formers, in preparation for a successful outing in the future elections.
Njoku in a brief chat with newsmen in Abuja following a favorable court judgement that broke the backbone of his contender, Victor Oye, where he was affirmed as the legitimate national chairman of APGA; stated that his leadership will focus on rebuilding the party and to return it to the blueprint its founding fathers put in place.
“The most important thing is reconciliation…I am not one of those that says we would expels this person or that person…even if you are the biggest enemy of the party, we would try and bring you back because in that your world, you are very important. If you have committed the greatest sin against the party, since it is not a criminal offense against the country, we would try and talk with you and bring you back so that we would be brothers again.
“We will go into serious reconciliation with both those that left the party, the grandfathers and the XYZ, we would visit them and bring them back. Peter Obi won election and became a governor on the platform of APGA, so from Peter Obi, Chief Chikwas Okorie to the least person, we would have a talk with them. Chikwas is one of the founding fathers of APGA, he and many other will definitely not be left out in our reconciliation move.
“To withstand the two giant parties in the country, APGA will go into serious reformation. Earlier at the court where my leadership was reaffirmed, Oye’s lawyer was in the court and he pleaded that Oye is ready for reconciliation. This is to show that our party is ready to move further.”