“It is happening in INEC, it is happening in a lot of other institutions and that is what the concern of the party is, not necessarily taking over.
“We should take over and they should be people who believe in the change agenda, we have no apologies for that at all.”
“There is absolutely no confusion. This is a serious issue.
” I want you to please understand the complications that come from adjusting a structure from over 40 ministries to just over 20 ministries and the necessary adjustments of figures and movements of institutions that, that entails.
“It was very complicated, so it is natural that adjustments have to be made to the process and that is just is happening,” he explained.
Odigie-Oyegun who led the delegation, later told State House correspondents that they were in the Presidential Villa, Abuja to raise some concerns with the President.
“We just came to pay our respect to our President, and praise him on things that are going on. We also raised our concerns on one or two issues and altogether we had a very pleasant and rewarding meeting”.
The party’s national chairman however did not disclose the concerns raised at the meeting saying, “No, they were just internal party matters. I’m sure you are familiar with the political terrain and nothing different.”
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