Former Borno Governor Leads APC Senators to Meet Tinubu, Shares Crucial Details

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        The former governor of Borno state, Kashim Shettima, said the crisis in the Senate caucus of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has been resolved, The Cable reports. The APC chieftain made this disclosure on Sunday, June 26, when he led some APC Senators to meet with Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the party, in Abuja.


        Shettima, while addressing journalists after the meeting disclosed that Tinubu’s intervention played a key role in restoring peace and harmony among the aggrieved lawmakers in the ruling party.

        Shettima reveals plans of Senators for APC 

        He added that the senators are ready to work for the progress of the party in the 2023 elections, The New Telegraph added.

        Shettima said:

        “In a system where crises are almost inevitable, the maturity with which we handle our internal crisis, our internal dynamics will determine how far we can go. “These senators are accomplished individuals in their own right, who have a lot of value-addition capabilities and we believe his (Tinubu) intercession will go a long way to avoid an implosion in the party. 

        “We had a very productive cross-pollination of ideas with our distinguish brothers and I believe we have succeeded in nipping in the bud whatever that is forthcoming.” 


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