Nigeria’s ambassador to Togo, Ambassador Sola Iji has said that the All Progressives Congress (APC) may lose the forthcoming governorship election in Ondo state if the party’s internal crisis is not urgently resolved.
This is coming just as Iji, declared his intention to contest in the forthcoming governorship election in the state.
Iji, said he is in the race to reposition the party and transform the state.
He made his intention known at his campaign office along Oyemekun road in Akure, the state capital.
He said, ” Ondo state governorship election is here again, and i am once again humbly seeking your support to put myself in the race to govern this great state of ours, and to seek to reposition our party by reuniting it in the the process”
The APC governorship aspirant added that he would work assiduously with all to resolve the crises in the party, stressing”While some have said that they are no longer interested in reconciling the differences within our deeply divided party and others are busy beating the drums of discord, i am ready to resolve our differences”.
“I am prepared to reunite the party with my knowledge and previous experience as AD State Party Chairman, AC State Party Chairman, ACN Party Chairman.
“These are qualities which i am bringing to this contest which others may not have. I am the right person for the job”, He noted.
He subsequently inaugurated the Sola Iji Campaign Organisation headed by Elder Eben Ogunrinde who will also serve as the Director General of the Organisation.
Other members of the campaign team is Prince Sola Aregbesola, Director Media Services, Barrister Bisi Ayeni, Director Legal Services and Mr. Rotimi Agbede, Director Organisation and Mobilisation.
Iji also used the event to present cars to campaign coordinators of his organisation in the eighteen local government areas of the state.