National chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), John Oyegun, questioned the resolve of the Nigerian leading political party before a private meeting with Federal House of Representatives speaker Yakubu Dogara on Tuesday.
According to Oyegun,
“The purpose (of the meeting) is clear and straightforward and that is to put all these things behind us and now seat down to introspect, look at the party, look at the national assembly, look at the government. We are going to two years in government,.
“If is high time that we sat down, asked ourselves questions, pondered whether we are moving in the right direction, discussed serious issues and where necessary make correction that are considered expedient.
“It takes meetings like this to chat a formidable way forward. For us in APC, we cannot assume that progress is automatic, but it is inevitable. If we fold our hands, nothing will happen,” the speaker said.
“It is only by meetings like this that we will be able to put things in their perspective. We should be see what we have done wrong, what we can do and we should do to maintain the competitive political environment we have found ourselves.”