KwaraPDPReconciliation: Baraje urges members to close gap, make peace within

The Reconciliation and Engagement Committee of the People’s Democratic Party in Kwara State, on Tuesday, has urged the members of the party to close their individual differences, forgive one another, embrace peace and work collectively in the interest of the party.

The Chairman of the Reconciliation team, Alhaji Abubakar Kawu Baraje, made this call during the committee’s tour to Moro local government area of the state where members of the local government were commended for their resounding rescilience and long standing commitment in the party in the last couple of years, describing the members’ actions as that of true loyal party members.

Baraje explained that the crux of what is being said now is to liberate the people from severe hunger and extreme poverty, noting that the party can no longer afford to see the people suffer and live terrible lives on their own resources, and the greatest thing the party could offer the people of the state and Nigeria by extension at this crucial time is to secure victory for the party in the 2023 upcoming elections.

Speaking on behalf of the members in Moro, the former Deputy Speaker of Kwara state House of Assembly, Hon. Mathew Okedare, passed a vote of confidence in the Baraje led reconciliation committee while also commending the Saraki-led national Reconciliation and Strategic Committee for making the party an alternative for the people, considering many atrocities committed by APC-led government in the state and at the central.

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. BisiFakayode, Dr. Mrs Ruth Adimula, Alhaji Adamu Gene, Mr. Moses Awan, Alhaja Ginatu Ibrahim, Mr. Abdulrahman Abdullahi and Mr. Nurudeen Muhammad.

Some of the stakeholders from the local government in attendance include: Hon. Raliat Aremu Adifa, Hon. Kayode Abdul, Hon. Baba Jimoh Gbadungbadun, Alhaji Issa Adara, Barr. Sa’adudeen Alikinla, Alhaja Hafsat Olanrewaju, Mr. Gabriel Kanjogun, Alhaji Olaiya Zubair, Hon. Sanusi Oladimeji, Alhaji Nasir Aremu and hundreds of others.

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