Kwara State People’s Democratic Party Reconciliation and Engagement Committee, on Monday, charged its members to embrace peace and keep unity as it resumed for its reconciliatory assignment after a shortwhile break in Edu and Patigi local government areas of the state respectively, saying unity is achievable if only all can learn to unite in spite of the differences, and maintain relative peace among one another.
The committee led by the former national chairman of the party, Alh. Abubakar Kawu Baraje alongside other members of the team met with stakeholders and members in Edu and Patigi local government areas to discuss some vital issues affecting the party and what has been observed as a setback in the last couple of years.
The committee, which has been recording a huge success since the commencement of its reconciliatory role and hammering on the need for individual party member to look beyond their differences, respect their similarity and work collectively in the interest of the party also achieved another milestones today as hundreds of APC youths, again decamped to the party at both Patigi and Edu local government areas of the state respectively, citing their former party’s insincerity and anomalies as enough reasons for their rapid actions.
Part of the discussion was basic to the need for warring and aggrieved members to let room for peace and unity. Also discussed is the need for the party to take advantage of its strength to increase its members and renew the confidence of the people for a better Kwara.
The committee also discussed on how pitiful it’s to see the people live a terrible life, fight for freedom in the hands of kidnappers, losing their jobs on political ground and facing many more atrocities of the APC-led administration all because of poor leadership.
Baraje, while assuring the members that all the identified issues and solutions will be captured in committee’s resolutions to the party’s leadership uncensored, noted that going forward, the party will be governed by Justice, equity and fairness to all in the distribution of appointments, patronages and other dividends of democracy.
Reacting to the address of the committee, leadership of the two local government areas, in a separate remarks, extolled the efforts of the reconciliation team having been able to understand the plight of the people, and knowing how life has become so terrifying and tormenting, saying all hands must be on deck before it’s too late.
Members on the tour include: Alhaji Saba Musa, Sen. Rafiu Ibrahim, Amb. Sheikh Abdulazeez, Alhaji Atanda Zoro, Hon. Ishola Balogun Fulani, Alhaji Dabarako Mohammed, Sir. Bisi Fakayode, Alhaji Adamu Gene, Mr. Moses Awan, Alhaja Jinatu Ibrahim, Mr. AbdulRahman Abdullahi and Mr. Nurudeen Muhammad.
Some of the stakeholders from Patigi include: Prof. Yisa Gana, Com. Aliu Abdullahi Lade, Hon. Sulyman Ahman Pategi, Alhaji Mohammad Koro, Hon. Dauda Lata, Ndako Uthman, Abubakar Alikali, Aliu Lego, Alhaja Fatima Adam, Hon. Salihu Yahya Mohammad and many others.
On the other hand, some of Stakeholders from Edu include: Hon. Timothy Jiya Saba, Hajia Nana Sulyman, Alhaji Abubakar Alfa Shonga, Hon Ahmed Alhassan, Hajiya Fati Kadir, Alhaji Usman Yabagi, Hon Mahmud Babako, Haruna Mohammed Likpata, Ibrahim Katum and many others.