Aggrieved members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) have held the national leader of the party, Bola Tinubu as well as other party leaders hostage.

The aggrieved members have prevented the leaders from coming out of the party office at the party secretariat in Ogba, Lagos.

Bounce News which is at the scene of the fracas observed that aggrieved members blocked the entrance to the office where Tinubu and other leaders are currently seated.

The members who are drawn from various local governments in the state are complaining about imposition of candidates for the 2019 general elections .

The action of the aggrieved members delayed the party stakeholders' meeting, scheduled to hold at 12 noon. The meeting started around 2pm.

When Tinubu finally came out to address members of the party, he promised to look at their grievances.

He stated that Tuesday's meeting was not about party's primaries and adoption of candidates for the 2019 general elections.

He noted that the business of the day was to set out modalities for the conduct of the forthcoming congresses and national convention of party.

He later directed those with grievances to forward them to him through the state chairman of the party, Henry Ajomale.

" I and other party leaders will look for a date to sit and address the grievances."

He appealed to party members to close ranks and ensure that the party wins the state in 2019.