Barring any last-minute change, President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to meet with all the aggrieved leaders of the All Progressives Congress on Tuesday, October 30th.

Tuesday’s expected meeting is being convened in order to find a lasting solution to the crisis that had engulfed the party following the contentious primary elections in some state chapters of the party.

Specifically, the controversy that has trailed the Zamfara primaries, as well as Ogun, Niger, Adamawa, Delta, Kaduna, Taraba, Imo and Rivers, is said to have created so much muddle in the party that the President is now very worried of their implications.

The meeting is believed to be against the backdrop of a report recently submitted by a five-man panel set up by the President to look into the crisis in the affected states.

Members of the panel included the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu; the Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami and the Chief of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari.

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The President is said to have realised that the Oshiomole-must-go agenda was real especially with the involvement of governors, NWC members and some close allies of his, who maintained they could no longer work with him.

Buhari appears to be embarrassed and concerned by the continued controversy, which keeps mounting by the day.

He has therefore set Tuesday aside to address the matter once and for all in all the states affected.

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