APC is stronger after Saraki coup, says Oyegun

The national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief John Oyegun has stated that the ruling political party has come out stronger after its division and misunderstanding over who becomes Senate President.

Odigie-Oyegun stated this while fielding questions from State House correspondents in Abuja that the party has put the election behind it and suggested that the party recognises Bukola Saraki as Senate President.

According to PMnews, he said contrary to the prediction by many that the party will crash, it has only come out stronger, noting that, it was not the first time that the party has been divided.

“No! It is not the first or second time we have passed through and we came out stronger,” he said.
“This may not even be the last time, we come out every time stronger and more determined.”
Odigie-Oyegun said that what happened to the APC was within the APC family and that the officials were taking steps to address it within the family.

“People say they are going to court which is their right; but as a party we are taking a look at everything and I assure you we are coming out stronger,” he said.

He said that the election was one of the challenges the party had to face but added that it would wriggle out of it and the party had accepted him as the Senate President.
“Of course, he has been duly elected by his colleagues. End of Story.
“We have a reality, and we must live with it.”

He said there was no ill feelings that the Senate President shunned a meeting with the party and the executives were not interested in “making a song and dance of it”.

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