Dr Bukola Saraki, the Chairman, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) National Reconciliation Committee, says the aggrieved members of the party in Oyo State have agreed to put aside their differences and work toward victory of the party in future elections.
Briefing newmen on Tuesday in Ibadan, after the reconciliation meeting with aggrieved members of the party, Saraki said that all those present resolved to work closely together under the leadership of Gov. Seyi Makinde.
Saraki had led some members of the committee, including Chief Anyim Pius Anyim, former Senate President and Liyel Imoke, former Governor of Cross Rivers, among others, to Ibadan, for a reconciliation meeting with the factional leaders of the party in the state.
The meeting was held at the Government House, Agodi in Ibadan.
He said the governor (Makinde) declared that he was doing his best; assuring that due recognition would be given to all.
“So, everyone is committed in ensuring that PDP continue to work and strive very strongly here in Oyo State,” he said.
Among the aggrieved members that attended the meeting were: Mrs Mulikat Akande, former Majority Leader, House of Representatives; Hazeem Gbolarumi, former Deputy Governor and Michael Ogunlade, former House of Assembly member. (NAN)