The Ondo State chapter of the All Progressives Congress has commenced moves to reconcile all aggrieved members of the party across the 18 local government areas of the state.
The party’s chairman, Mr Ade Adetimehin, disclosed this in Ikare Akoko, headquarters of the Akoko North-East Local Government Area of the state, when he led other members of the State Working Committee to the local government areas on Monday.
Adetimehin said the party leadership would not encourage divisions within its ranks.
He identified indiscipline and lack of commitment to the wellbeing of the party as threats to the development of the state chapter.
He said, “We need to promote and ensure discipline within the party. We would not allow anybody or group to divide the party.
“I also wish to urge every leader and member to be open and state whatever grievances they might be having against one another within the system.”
Adetimehin advised the leaders and local executive members to sustain regular meetings in all the organs of the party in the state.
In his remarks, one of the chieftains of the party at the gathering, Mr Ade Adetona, identified indiscipline as one of the problems facing the APC in the state.
Adetona challenged the leadership of the party to take urgent steps to deal with “the culture of impunity and lack of regards for laid down rules in the party.”