I’ve learnt to reconcile my style with others, says Oshiomhole as he returns to office

By David Abiola, Abuja

The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adams Oshiomhole, on Tuesday says, he has learnt to reconcile his style with other members of his party.

Oshiomohole also said, that, non of the members of the National Working Comittee (NWC) of the party want to destroyed the party.

“The NWC is not divided, none of us seated here and wants to destroy our party. My style is my style but I’ve learnt to reconcile my style with the style of others.”

Oshiomohole stated this on Tuesday at the National secretariat of the APC as he returned to him position  and visited the party secretariat for the first time since the internal rancor started which led to his sacking by federal high court Abuja.

The National chairman also enjoined his colleagues in the NWC to put the interests of Nigerians first.

The former governor of Edo state suggested that the first post-crisis NWC should be devoted to “having a conversation around the coronavirus,” adding that, the epidemic  should be an issue of concern that other countries were closing their international borders to contain the spread of the virus but Nigeria is yet to follow suit.

Oshiomhole, holding his ‘rival’ Victor Giadom, said, “If it is one hour that we spend here, let us have a conversation around this issue.”

He added that the recent challenges that rocked the party is normal in a democratic setting.

“Party politics is about contests. I am not the best chairman in the world and I don’t claim to be so. You can fault my style but you cannot fault my sincerity,” he added.