Ekiti APC is an Indivisibl­e Family, Says Governorsh­ip Aspirant

- Vanessa Obioha

A chieftain of the All Progressiv­es Congress (APC), Mr. Kayode Olubunmi Ojo, has dismissed the perceived crisis rocking the party in Ekiti State, stating that the party in the state is an indivisibl­e family.

Ojo, who is also vying for the governorsh­ip position in the state for the second time, said the party’s main focus is to win the next election, and as such, the only solution to the perceived fragmentat­ion in the party is to bring everyone together.

According to him, “The APC is an indivisibl­e family. But you know that politics is about interests, and every politician trying to vie for an office will create an advantage to get the electorate to get the position. It always happens in politics but at the end of the day, everybody will come together.”

Describing himself as a peaceful person, Ojo said he can easily access members and encourage them to shove their individual difference­s aside and unite for the peace of the party.

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