- Another round of intra-party crisis is threatening to tear apart the Lagos state chapter of ruling All Progressives Congress
- Over 6,000 members have been mobilised to challenge the political leadership of Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the APC national leader
- Former Lagos SSG and the convener, Lagos4Lagos Movement passed a vote of no confidence on the Balogun-led Caretaker Committee
Lagos state –
There is looming implosion in the Lagos State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) as a former Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Princes Aderenle Adeniran Ogunsanya, and Convener, Lagos4Lagos Movement, Abdul Azzez Adediran, have mobilised over 6000 members to challenge the political leadership of National Leader, Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
The duo also called on the Caretaker/Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee (CECPC), led by Governor Mai Mala-Buni of Yobe State, to probe and consequently dissolve the Lagos Caretaker Committee headed by Chief Tunde Balogun.
Addressing the members, who were mobilised across 245 wards at a rally held at the Police College, GRA, Ikeja, yesterday, Adediran and Ogunsaya also passed a vote of no confidence on the Balogun-led Caretaker Committee over allegation of fraud.
Lagos APC inaugurates peace, reconciliation committees
In his address, the state chairman, Tunde Balogun expressed his delight at the quality of the membership of the committee with a wide range of experience in years of party administration and government.
He admonished them to painstakingly examined the various emerging issues with a view of making workable recommendations to engender lasting peace and cohesion towards the forthcoming elections.
Lagos APC members protest imposition of candidate
It was reported that Salawu popularly known as Dullar is the incumbent chairman of the Somolu local government area.
The party members on Thursday, June 24, marched peacefully to the Lagos state House of Assembly in protest against the imposition.