Mr Salihu Lukman, the Director-General, Progressive Governors’ Forum, has urged leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) toreconcile the aggrieved party’s members.
Lukman gave the advice while speaking with journalists in Abuja on Thursday
According to him, the National Working Committee (NWC) of the party has the responsibility to drive the reconciliation to build formidable front ahead of 2023 general elections.
“The future of this country depends on the ability of leaders to reconcile themselves and if APC can achieve that, it would have made another feat.
“We can only be a better country if our democracy is producing results that our people are happy with,” he said.
He said that he wrote a book entitled “Power of Possibility and politics of change in Nigeria”, aimed at assisting the party and the government to forge a better future.
Lukman noted that the party must move to achieve yet another feat by reconciling all aggrieved party members.
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