Emerging reports have claimed that the national leader of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu, on Tuesday, July 9, arrived Akure, the Ondo state capital for the party's meeting.
The reports further claimed that Tinubu was received at the Akure airport by governors of Ondo and Ekiti states. He was accompanied by Chief Bisi Akande, Olusegun Osoba, Niyi Adebayo and other leaders.
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The APC national leader is expected to meet with different factions of the party in Ondo state on the need to work together as a team.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Tinubu urged Nigerians to recognise the value of diversity and use it for the prosperity of the country.
Tinubu made the call on Monday, July 8, at a public presentation of a book entitled: "Battlelines: Adventures in Journalism and Politics," a memoir of Chief Olusegun Osoba. The book is a 341-page autobiography of Osoba, a former governor of Ogun state, with records of his life as a journalist and a politician. It was launched to mark his 80th birthday in Lagos.
Tinubu said that the APC recognised the place of unity in diversity, which informed the ‘broom’ symbol of the party.
He also thanked Osoba for the many revelations in the book, which talked about the history, present and future of the country.
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