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Oyo APC Crisis: Why Alao-Akala And Adebayo Shittu Should Settle The Dispute Within The Party

The crisis rocking the All Progressive Congress of Oyo state seems to be getting critical every single day as different issues keep emanating from the party. This constant fights among the party members will definitely affect the party's chance of taking over the mantle of leadership from PDP in the upcoming gubernatorial election in 2023.

In this article, we will be looking at the reason why former governor Alao-Akala and Adebayo Shittu should try and settle the dispute within the party before the next election.

1. They Are Experienced And Seasoned Politicians:

Alao-Akala and Adebayo Shittu are perhaps the two most famous politicians in Oyo state APC. These two have in one way or the order hold top government office - Adebayo Shittu was a former minister of the federal republic while Alao-Akala was the former governor.

Therefore these two should be able to call all the aggrieved members of the party and settle whatever crisis going on within the party.

2. To Protect The Party's Interest:

Many politicians are of the opinion that no politician should be bigger than the political party and top members of a big party like APC should do everything within their capability to make sure that the party's image does not get spoilt because of few individuals.

3. The 2023 Election:

If APC really wants to snatch power from PDP in Oyo state, then , they must get their own house in order because the present hullabaloo confronting the party is an advantage for PDP.

These and many more are part of the reasons why the Oyo state APC has to do everything to get their house in order because if the crisis continues, then the party at the federal level will be very disappointed with these two political weight.

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