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The All Progressives Congress’ controlled states will send delegates to the planned national conference as requested by the Federal Government, the Ekiti State Governor, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, has said.
Fayemi, who stated this in a statement on Sunday, however said that the decision to participate in the conference was without prejudice “to the party and the eventual outcome of the conference”.
According to Fayemi, the Governors of APC controlled states are of the opinion that the generality of the people of their respective states should be given the chance to express their views on sundry national issues at the conference.
“As Governors, we are governors of all and not governors over our party members alone, hence the need to allow the states send delegates to the conference”, he said.
The Governor however expressed belief that the conference would serve as a veritable means to resolve knotty national issues and a vital medium for communication of disagreement and agreement no matter how sensitive the issues are.
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