APC chief­tain calls for rec­on­cil­i­a­tion in Edo

Daily Trust - - STRANGE STORIES - From Us­man A. Bello, Benin

A chief­tain of the APC in Edo State, God­win Era­ha­hon, has called on the state chair­man of the party, Anslem Ojezua, to seek gen­uine rec­on­cil­i­a­tion with ag­grieved mem­bers of the party in or­der to en­sure vic­tory in the Septem­ber 10 gov­er­nor­ship elec­tion in the state.

Erho­hon, who is the pub­lic­ity sec­re­tary of the party, said this at the week­end, in Benin, while re­act­ing to the state­ment cred­ited to Ojezua, in the me­dia, that the party’s na­tional chair­man, Chief John Odigie-Oye­gun, mu­ti­lated the reg­is­ter the elec­tion.

While cau­tion­ing the state chair­man against cast­ing as­per­sions on Chief Oye­gun, he noted that rec­on­cil­i­a­tion of ag­grieved mem­bers was more com­plex than the cam­paign for the elec­tion.

Era­ha­hon won­dered why the chair­man was “ag­gra­vat­ing prob­lems” in­stead of seek­ing gen­uine rec­on­cil­i­a­tion with ag­grieved mem­bers, es­pe­cially, Engr. Chris Ogiem­wonyi and Bar­ris­ter Ken Ima­suang­bon. for al­legedly del­e­gates pri­mary

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