2023: Saraki Led Reconciliation C'tee Settles Long Time Rift Between Adebutu, SPBK Group In Ogun - AMEBO ONLINE NEWSPAPER

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2023: Saraki Led Reconciliation C'tee Settles Long Time Rift Between Adebutu, SPBK Group In Ogun

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Ahead of 2023 general election in Nigeria, The former Senate president of Nigeria, Senator Bukola Saraki led reconciliation committee in Peoples Democratic Party PDP has reconciled Hon Oladipupo Adebutu and the late Prince Buruji Kashamu group today in Ogun State.


According to the release made available after the meeting with the duo, Today, the #PDPReconciliation & Strategy Committee successfully resolved the decade-long crisis in the Ogun State Chapter of the @OfficialPDPNig.
This crisis that has lingered on for the past ten years between the groups led by late Buruji Kashamu and Hon. Ladi Adebutu — has had each of them instituting different court cases, obtaining injunctions and dissolving executive committees.
These actions have combined to weaken the party in the state and made many people to believe that the differences would never be resolved. As a matter of fact, the crisis is responsible for the loss of the PDP in the state during the past three general elections.
Today, both parties have resolved to work together and withdraw all pending court cases. They agree that PDP remains the best umbrella under which the unity and development of Nigeria can be achieved, sustained and guaranteed. They have all signed an agreement to that effect.
We appreciate the magnanimity, maturity, patriotism and the give-and-take spirit displayed by both parties — as well as other leaders in the resolution of this issue. Now, PDP is set to re-establish itself as the party that will take control of Ogun State from 2023.
We are inspired that if, with the support of Almighty God, we have achieved success in Ogun PDP — which was one of the most difficult and complex — then, as we move from state to state, we will continue to make tangible progress.

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