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Former Senator, Lanlehin Heads Oyo APC Reconciliation Committee

The All Progressives Congress, APC in Oyo state has set up a reconciliation committee to reach out to all aggrieved members of the party.

A former member of the Senate, Senator Olufemi Lanlehin will be the chairman of the 24-member committee.

Radio Nigeria gathered that the factional Chairman of APC in Oyo state, Alhaji Abu Gbadamosi is also a member of the Committee.

While commissioning the committee, the state chairman of the party, Mr Isaac Omodewu said the aim of the reconciliation committee was to ensure that APC in Oyo state is in one accord ahead of the 2023 general election.

Mr Omodewu noted that APC was one big family and expressed optimism that the little misunderstandings which emanated from the just concluded primaries would be resolved by the committee.

The party chairman said APC would do all it takes to reclaim the Governorship seat next year.

Reacting, Chairman of the reconciliation committee, Senator Lanlehin pledged to carry out the responsibility bestowed upon them with the best of their abilities.

Senator Lanlehin said though, the task was enormous, the committee would ensure all aggrieved members were reunited to the APC fold.

Below is the list of members of the reconciliation committee;

1. Hadji Dr. Ameed A Ayinde2. Hon Lasun Adebunmi 3 Alhaji Gbadamosi Abu Adejare 4. Chief Timothy Alarape Jolaoso
5. Engineer Oladayo Lawal
6. Chief Badmos Bukola7. Sunday Ajadi 
8. Hon Chief S. O. Olaoye
9. Balogun Gaphar Oyetola10. Erelu Funke Olayanju 11. Pastor Adewale Adepoju 12. Alhaji Kakako Ayinla13. Alhaji Ramon Aderemi Sadiq14. Hon Olorode Samuel Oluade15. Senator Olufemi Lanlehin (Chairman)16. Otunba Kunle Folarin17. Akande Abass18. Alhaji Kareem Adebayo 19. Dr Adepeju Esan 20. Tunde Ajibola 21. Remi Olalekan22. Engineer Oke Kolawole 23. Alhaji Tajudeen Olanite (Secretary) 24. Afeez Omobolaji Repete

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