The Chairman, All Progressives Congress Governors’ Forum, Rochas Okorocha, has expressed worry over the cold war among the executive arm of government, the National Assembly and the ruling party.
Okorocha, disclosed this on Wednesday in Abuja after a closed-door meeting with the leadership of the House of Representatives.
He told newsmen that he was in the house to discuss issues that affected the county and the party, and on how to unite party members and move the nation forward.
He said that members of the party were the “foot soldiers’’ that worked hard to actualise change, adding that change was, therefore, dear to them.
Gov. Rochas Okorocha assured that the APC would not fail and would remain the ruling party.
He, however, said that that the party’s victory at the general elections had not been well managed, but stated that the gulf among angry members would be bridged.
The governor said that he had dialogued with the National Working Committee of the party, members in the Senate and House of Representatives and was certain that there would be light at the end of the tunnel.
He assured of the emergence of a brand new APC, which would support the president and governors to move the nation forward.
He denied that his visit was connected to the 30 billion dollars loan request by the president, adding that if the relationship between the executive and legislature was cordial, “all other things will fall into place’’.
Meanwhile, the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) has suspended its National Vice Chairman (South-East), Ozo Okafor, over alleged anti-party activities.
The party in a communiqué released in Awka on Thursday, after an emergency meeting of its South-East Working Committee, said Okafor’s activities were considered and found to be against its interest.