Lagos - The All Progressives Congress (APC) has ruled out the possibility of the party breaking up following the alleged disagreements among its chieftains, reports Today.
The party noted that it was normal for party members to disagree on certain issues.
Joe Igbokwe, the party’s Lagos State Publicity Secretary, noted that the crisis currently facing the party, particularly in the state is part of the democratic process.
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Igbokwe, who spoke on Tuesday during the public presentation of three books in honour of former Lagos Governor Babatunde Fashola, said the crisis will never go out of hand.
He stated that in politics, people disagree to agree, noting that the party will resolve the current crisis just like it did with earlier disagreements within the party.
Speculations had been rife on a rift between Fashola and the national leader of the party, Bola Tinubu on the one hand and Fashola and the incumbent governor, Akinwunmi Ambode on the other hand.
The book presentation in honour of Fashola was shunned by Tinubu and Ambode.
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