The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Nigeria, chaired by Yobe State Governor Mai Mala Buni, has on Saturday put forward some proposals expected to solve the ruling party’s crisis in Kano State.
The leadership of the party held a parley for dialogue between the two sides, following the collection of report about the tussle between Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje and Senator Ibrahim Shekarau factions, on Tuesday last week.
Dr Sule Yau Sule, a spokesman for Senator Ibrahim Shekarau, said part of the agreement had been reached but more information would be available on Monday from the Committee.
“Among the issues raised by the two factions is the fact that the party should not be one-sided, and each faction must go with the other, in order to win and move the party forward,” said Malam Sule.
The detailed proposals on the consensus reached will be presented on Monday, and both sides are expected to comply with the agreement reached which will provide a solution in the state.
Hon Kabiru Alhasan Rurum, a former Speaker of the Kano State House of Assembly and a close ally of Governor Ganduje, said, “We hope to hear from the party’s interim committee, because we had problems with each other in the past,” said Alhasn Rurum.
A date to announce the next Kano State Chairman is expected to be announced after the committee has done with its work.
Recall that last week, the party inaugurated its leaders at the state level, and issued them with certificates but withheld Kano and Sokoto states due to the ongoing crisis.
Among those who attended the meeting were Kano State Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, Senator Malam Ibrahim Shekarau, Sha’aban Sharada, Kabiru Gaya and others.
This Report was First Published in Hausa on BBC Hausa