Ibadan - Akin Oke, the Interim Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Oyo State, on Wednesday said consensus arrangement was used in the conduct of the last ward congress of the party.
Oke said that the party was fair to all the interest groups.
"Inspite of the fact that we adopted consensus as part of the arrangement for the congress, APC conducted it fairly.
"Consensus arrangement was part of the arrangement for the ward congress, yet all interest groups were given fair representation,” he said.
Members of the defunct CPC, one of the parties that merged to form APC, had alleged state-wide marginalisation under the guise of consensus arrangement.
Oke, who said that the ward congress was democratically conducted, hinged the crisis on the division among members of the defunct CPC.
The APC boss said that the division among members of the group prevented the group from filling the slots given to them.
It would be recalled that Ibadan North Local Government produced two chairmen during the ward congress.
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