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The Ogun state Labour Party has made a clear move in reconciling it aggrieved members who fell out prior to the 2019 general elections.
The party said this through a press statement made available to PLATFORMS TIMES and signed by the state Chairman, Com. Abayomi Arabambi on Thursday in Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital.
The party stated that the National Chairman of the party Alh. Abdukadir Abdulsalam has directed the state chairman to reconcile aggrieved party members including the former secretary of the party Com. Oginni Olaposi.
The statement reads, “Our party has set up a reconciliation panel in accordance to the instruction of our national Chairman with a view to reconcile all aggrieved members.
“Many times disagreement is allowed in politics but only the matured ones will give peace a chance again. A reconciliation panel will be made public soon with the mandate to ensure peace in the party.
“As we all know, LP is a peaceful party which holds the interest of the masses at heart considering it direct members who are majorly the workforce of the country across all divides.”
The release also hailed the Governor of the state for reinstating the sacked members of the Nigerian Labour Congress, NLC, sacked by the former administration.
“We also want to use this medium to appreciate the Governor of Ogun state, Prince Dapo Abiodun for reinstating the sacked members of the NLC in the state who were initially sacked by the then Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, we pray that may the lord perfect all that has to do with you”.
The party also advised Abiodun to work closely with the state workforce as their out put is dependent on the treatment given to them.