Governor Rochas Okorocha has expressed concerns over the raging feud between, APC, the presidency and the National Assembly.
Rochas, who doubles as the Chairman of All Progressives Congress Governors’ Forum, said this when he visited the Senator Bukola Saraki.
He said, “This is the very first time I am coming to your office and I am here because I am concerned.
“I am here because I am a stakeholder.
“I am here as the Chairman of the Progressives Governors’ Forum – your friends and colleagues in the struggle.
“I recall vividly the role most of you played in that very struggle.
“We became a government when no one gave us a chance to be so.
“And shortly, Nigerians believed in us and entrusted us with the responsibility of leading this nation.
“More than one year after, we have not been able to manage this God-given victory well and it is very worrisome.
“One wonders then what went wrong. Where did we get it wrong?
“Nigerians ask us how many plates of food we have put on the table of the common man who elected us.
“Today, I am before you, the Senate President, and I ask you to use your wisdom to bring peace into our party.”
In his response, Saraki told Okorocha that he had raised vital issues that the National Assembly caucus of the APC would look into.
Moments after a series of meeting with the National Assembly, APC’s National Working Committee of called Rochas into a closed-door meeting.
The meeting is taking place at the national secretariat of the party in Abuja.
We’re yet to receive reports from our correspondents on the outcome of the meeting.