Lokoja - The national leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has begun moves to assuage aggrieved governorship aspirants and members of the party in Kogi state after the bickering that characterised the governorship primary election in the state, reports Vanguard.
Many of the defeated aspirants have vowed not to work with the candidate of the party, Abubakar Audu.
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Some of the defeated aspirants along with their supporters are also planning to dump the party to pursue their governorship ambitions elsewhere.
The leaders have been meeting with the aggrieved aspirants and have asked them to work together in order to give the party a good chance of winning the November governorship election.
The meetings have started yielding results as two leading aspirants in the primary, Yahaya Bello and Olusola Olumoroti have pledged their loyalty to the party.
Read more at Vanguard.
- News 24