Ondo APC Chair urges members to close ranks
The Ondo state Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, (APC), Engr Ade Adetimehin has called on members of the party in the state to close ranks and work together and support the party in order to remain a party to beat in the state.
Adetimehin who also appealed to leaders of the party in the state to redouble their efforts to ensure that genuine reconciliation takes place in their various domains for the interest of the party.
Adetimehin who stated this in Akure, Ondo state capital, while receiving a delegation of leaders of various political parties from Akure North Local Government Area, who had shown interest in joining the ruling party in the state, disclosed that the party would not condone any act of indiscipline from its members.
He said, “The party is bigger than any individual or group. I expect, therefore, that everyone must subject himself to the dictates of the party for its overall development”.
He explained that the strength of every political party lies in its members to subsume personal interest and emphasis that of the party.
“We must learn to work together and observe the laid down organisational ways of doing things”, he said
He admonished party faithful to be stable in their political life, and “always learn how to fight a system within the system”.
Also speaking, leader of the group, and chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Akure North, Hon Fifo Omotayo, informed Adetimehin and other party leaders that the group appreciated the performance of the APC-led government in the state and resolved to join the APC.
Omotayo assured the party that the various parties and their members would work harmoniously with the existing structures and leadership