Crisis is brewing in the Lagos state chapter of the All Progressive Congress (APC) as the national leader of the party and former governor of the state, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is currently at loggerheads with Governor Babatunde Fashola over disagreements on who should be the latter's successor. Guardian reports.
Observers say the battle-line has been drawn between both personalities and this may affect the party's chances at the gubernatorial polls in the state next year.
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Fashola is reportedly eager to flex his political muscles as he wants to have a say in who emerges as his successor.
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It will be recalled that the Lagos state chapter of the APC, yesterday, cleared 12 candidates for its governorship primaries scheduled for tomorrow.