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Author Topic: Tinubu’s Absence: Read What APC Planned To Do to Tinubu At NEC Meeting  (Read 220 times)
July 05, 2015, 11:46:05 AM

Offline Yakub Oloyede

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The reason why former Lagos State governor Bola Tinubu, Interim National Chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC) and erstwhile governor of Osun State Chief Bisi Akande boycotted the National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting of the APC has started to surface.

According to Sunnewsonline, Tinubu’s absence was not due to ill-health or permission by the authorities of the party but because he became aware that there were plans to humiliate him and his henchmen according to a member of the NEC committee.

“Tinubu knew that some people were pre­pared to fight him. He would have been hu­miliated by some people”, the official said.

He explained that some APC men had arranged to engage him in a brawl and compel him to leave the venue of the meeting in an­ger. “Those who were to humiliate him were on ground but his absence saved the day”, the APC chieftain added.

He went on and revealed that the party leadership had thought of barring journalists from cov­ering it.

He said “we tinkered with the plans of barring journalists from covering the event. We knew that anything could happen but we didn’t want to be ridiculed in the public.”

He then explained that some APC governor had met to resolve the leadership crisis rocking the National Assembly . The meeting, he said , recorded some successes but could not address all the issues.

“The governors held a meeting on Thurs­day and brought some good news to the NEC meeting ,” he said

As for what happened between the time of 11 am and ended a little before 1pm , the APC chieftain said “the meeting was brief. The absence of Tinubu meant that we focused on few issues.”

“After a welcome speech by the Nation­al Chairman, the President read his speech. The problem bedeviling the party was tabled. We agreed that governors should continue from where they stopped.

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