The announcement was made on Wednesday at the party’s Abuj headquarters when acting national chairman Umar Damagum accepted the Osun State chapter’s report on reconciliation.
“The job was actually among the best in terms of reconciliation, we can say. We have seen your handwork since the task was assigned, which was less than six to seven weeks ago.
“You started on the road as soon as you were sworn in; it has substantially produced fruits, and we are confident in our ability to win.
We wish to remind you that Osun and Lagos State are included in your assignment, though. I want you to seize this chance to get started in Lagos and do the same thing you did in Osun State, exactly like you did in Osun.
Not just in Osun State, but also in other States, “this report will have a significant impact.”
Eyitayo Jegede (SAN), the chairman of the reconciliation panel, said in his submission that after being brought to a round table, the factions had decided to cooperate for the party’s advancement.
“We have interacted with opposing factions that are present, and we believe that cooperating would ensure our success,” Jegede stated. I can confirm that Osun residents are employed. And they are worried about it because they anticipate a result that will bring in a new PDP administration in the State.