Kwara PDP reconciliation committee reconciles PDP chieftains, members in Baruten, Kaiama

… Welcomes hundreds of APC defectors in duo LGAs

The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Reconciliation Committee and Engagement Committee in Kwara State, led by former national chairman of the party, Alhaji Kawu Baraje, on Friday, reconciled warring chieftains and aggrieved members in Baruten and Kaiama local government areas of the state, calling for cohesion and saying there can’t be unity and mutual accord in a divided home.

Meanwhile, the committee having taken a tour across the 16 local government areas in the state for the last two months, and after about several thoughtful deliberations and reconciliatory meetings with chieftains, stakeholders and members, and therefore bringing everyone back on board, the committee has just caped up its reconciliation tours.

However, Baraje who during respective tours to the duo local government areas alongside other members of the committee appealed to the warring chieftains and members to sheathe their swords, jettison bitterness and adorn a forgiving spirit in the interest of the party, also emphasized that this is the only way forward to build a party devoured of political bickering, hostilities, grudges, sentiments and egos.

Baraje who charged the party members with the responsibility of wooing new and old members after welcoming hundreds of members of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) in the duo local government areas to the party, also mandated the two local government’s respective reconciliation committees to submit their interim reports or position papers alongside lists of specially aggrieved individuals for the committee’s special dialogue sessions, within two weeks, as the PDP makes a push for a return to power in the 2023 upcoming elections.

The stakeholders in the duo area commended both the Saraki-led National Reconciliation and Strategy and the Baraje-led Kwara PDP Reconciliation and Engagement Committees in the state for giving a better hope to the people, lauding the resilience of the committees for a better society where democratic principles will be fully entrenched.

Other members on the tour include, Alhaji Saba Musa, Sen. Rafiu Ibrahim, Amb. Sheikh Abdulazeez, Alhaji Atanda Zoro, Alhaji Dabarako Mohammed, Sir. Bisi Fakayode, Alhaji Adamu Gene, Mr. Moses Awan, Alhaja Ginatu Ibrahim, Dr. Mrs Ruth Adimula, Alhaja Sarat Adebayo, Mr. Abdulrahman Abdullahi and Mr. Nurudeen Muhammad.

Meanwhile, some of the stakeholders from Baruteen are: Hon. Zakari Mohammed, Hon. Kilishi Yusuf, Alhaji Sanni Boriya, Alhaji Hashim Mora, Hon. Adamu Usman, Engr. Abubakar Garba Idris, Mall Usman Zakari, Mr. Ona Issac among others.

Stakeholders in Kaima are: Alhaji Abu Ziki, Hon. Issa Bawa, Alhaji Sidiq Baba Ahmed, Barr. Fatty Yusuf, Muhammadu Ba Eko, Com. Abubakar Biology, Haliru Dantsoho DanHiya, Aishat Haliru, Alhaji Baani Alase, Alhaja Rahmat Hussein and others.

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