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Osun PDP chairman inaugurates reconciliation committee to rescue party



Worried by the crisis plaguing the Peoples Democratic Party in Osun State, the state chairman, Hon. Soji Adagunodo has set up an Ad-Hoc committee.

This was contained in a statement signed by the chairman and made available on Tuesday to newsmen in Osogbo, the state capital.

Adagunodo, who was recently reinstated as the chairman of the Party by a High Court sitting in Ikirun said that the Party would be better off if its members are united in thoughts and actions.

The committee has Alhaji Suaib Oyedokun as its chairman and a national officer of the Party, Hon Paul Olakunle as its Secretary.

Other members of the PDP Board of Trustees including Sen (Dr) Olu Alabi; former Deputy Governor, Erelu Olusola Obada, CON; Cheif Ebenezer Babatope and Prof Wale Ladipo.

In addition, the list also includes former Governor of the State, Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola, Sen Olasunkanmi Akinlabi; Prince Diran Odeyemi as well as all National and State Assembly members under the banner of the Party, zonal officers and host of other stakeholders of the Party.

According to the release, the committee is expected to examine the state of the Party and identify gaps and weaknesses to be addressed.

Among others, the terms of reference before the committee include to: interface with the Party Leadership at the National Headquarters with a bid to forging a common front for the Party at all levels, consult with stakeholders, map out areas of synergy with a crisis management and resolution plans and come up with recommendations on how to reverse the declining solidarity and purpose driven activities within the Party and return the Party to the path of victory.

The committee is also tasked on bridge-building and reconciliation of leaders, stakeholders and members of the Party in preparation for a resounding victory in 2022 elections and to deliver close technical monitoring and plans on crisis prevention, through scenario simulation.

The delegation is expected to complete the given tasks in four weeks

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