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Cross River APC promises to resolve differences

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After months of crisis, the John Etim-led faction of the All Progressives Congress  (APC) in Cross River State has resolved to work together, in order to win more elections.
 
The party’s Deputy State Chairman, Mr. Martin Achadu, said this, while receiving a philanthropist and prominent business mogul, Mr. Mani Robson, in his office in Calabar recently, adding that the peace process would begin with the by-election of Obudu State Constituency.

Achadu said the party has its eyes on the Government House, with hope of installing an APC governor in 2019, and this could only be done “if the party worked in unity.”

 
Robson advised the political class to put aside party bickering and join hands to build and move the state forward.
 
While congratulating APC members for conducting themselves in an orderly manner, he encouraged party faithful to mend fences with every aggrieved member to work together.
 
“If you want to see another successful political dispensation of APC, if you want to see Cross River State as one of the most successful states in Nigeria, we must all be united,” he said.

Meanwhile, APC’s national secretariat recently dissolved the executive in the state to ensure total peace is restored.


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