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Ojezua warns APC not to negotiate with R-APC, speaks on Saraki, Dogara leaving party

The Edo State chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Anslem Ojezua, has warned the party against negotiating with the factional Reformed All Progressives Party (R-APC).

Ojezua, who spoke in Benin yesterday, said that it would not be proper for the party to negotiate with an illegal body.

He said that the APC’s constitution provides for conflict resolution, adding that it is an offence to set up an illegal body.

“The rAPC should be seen and squarely dealt with as such before it becomes cancer. A spade should be called a spade.

“Tolerating the rAPC is like encouraging factionalism. There should be zero tolerance for factionalism,” Ojezua said.

Ojezua also said that he is not aware that Senate President Bukola Saraki and House of Representatives Speaker Yakubu Dogara, have threatened to quit the party.

He said: “So much has been said about this group which is referred to as the new People’s Democratic Party (nPDP). I am not sure that they all had the same motive when they left the PDP.”



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