Kogi APC Crisis: Tony Momoh Reconciliation Committee Begins Work

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The Chief Tony Momoh-led fact finding committee into the crisis rocking the Kogi State chapter of the APC has begun receiving submissions from concerned parties.

The State Secretary of the APC, Barr. Tom Adejoh, who confirmed this to our correspondent, at the weekend, explained that the National Assembly and state assembly caucuses of the party had made their submissions to the committee.

He added that the state’s APC executives, party stakeholders and other interested parties, such as the former deputy governorship candidate, Mr James Abiodun Faleke, and late Prince Abubakar Audu’s political family,  had also made their submissions to the committee.

Adejoh, who expressed confidence in the calibre of personalities handling the assignment, however, urged the national chairman of the party, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, to ensure that recommendations of the committee were implemented.

“If you set up a committee and nothing comes out of it at the end of the day, of what use would that be? The national secretariat should ensure full implementation of the recommendations for lasting peace in our party,” Adejoh said.

Credits: Itodo Daniel Sule | Daily Trust

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