As part of efforts to foster cohesion and promote unity among members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Oyo State, the state’s National Assembly caucus, on Wednesday, paid a courtesy visit to the national leadership of the party in Abuja.
A statement signed by Mr Akeem Abas, the Special Adviser on Media to Sen. Sharafadeen Alli, which was made available to newsmen in Ibadan, on Thursday, said the delegation led by Senator Abdulfatai Buhari (Oyo North), include Senators Sharafadeen Alli (Oyo South) and Yunus Akintunde (Oyo Central) as well as members of the House of Representatives– Tajudeen Abisodun, Lateef Mohammed, Olamijuwonlo Alao- Akala, Tolulope Akande-Sadipe, Akeem Adeyemi and Olafisoye Akinmoyede.
The delegation met with the party’s National Chairman, Dr Abdullahi Ganduje.
Speaking Buhari said the meeting was a proactive approach by the National Assembly caucus in addressing the challenges facing APC in Oyo State and building a united front.
“This engagement is a significant step in the right direction, as it provided opportunity for dialogue, collaboration, and the exchange of ideas
“The effort was a great step towards building a virile, stronger and united APC in the state. Unity and cohesion among members are essential for party success and effectiveness, ” he said.
He described the action as
a clear demonstration of the lawmakers’ commitment to work together and strengthen the party’s structure in the state.
The Senator also expressed hope that the engagements would lead to effective strategies, improved decision-making and the advancement of the party’s objectives in the state.
“The delegation’s presence and engagement with the national leadership will undoubtedly have a positive impact on the party’s activities and overall progress,” he said.
According to the statement, lawmakers expressed commitment to ensuring good governance within their respective communities.
“They emphasised their dedication to serving their constituents and their collaborative efforts for the party’s advancement,” it added.
However, Hons Akin Alabi, Aderemi Oseni and Musiliu Akinremi were absent at the meeting.