An attempt by Senator Rashidi Ladoja to resolve the crisis between the two factions of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Oyo State has failed.
A peace meeting which held in his Bodija, Ibadan home on Sunday ended in stalemate.
The faction led by Seyi Makinde, Hon. Mulikat Akande-Adeola, Alh. Hazeem Gbolarumi and Sen. Hosea Agboola rejected the terms for reconciliation which was a position for Akande-Adeola and Agboola.
Also at the meeting were Senator Femi Lanlehin, Chief Yemi Aderibigbe and Senator Ayo Adeseun from the Ladoja faction.
It was gathered that the Makinde faction insisted on pure harmonization that will see both factions have almost equal number of slots in the State Executive. Makinde reportedly rejected the two slots already given to him, saying he should have been allowed to present his own candidates.
Recall that the factions held parallel congresses on Saturday November 4, 2017.
It was learnt that the national Caretaker Committee stopped its intervention after Ladoja promised that he would resolve the crisis.
The Sunday meeting, which lasted for over two hours, failed to resolve the problem, even as the November 20 deadline given to the national leadership expired.