Speaking during the presentation of flags to the Chairmanship and Vice Chairmanship candidates of the party ahead of the July 22 local government election, Ambode said the party is working to resolve all lingering disputes.

He appealed to the aggrieved members to bury the hatchet, noting that any crack would be detrimental.

"All the things that we have done wrong, I want to say sorry, and I want to appeal to all members of the party,” Ambode said.

“If we break the house, there would be no further canopy. So, it’s better to call the plumber, the bricklayer, the electrician to come and do repair works, so that there would be somewhere for us to lie our head and sleep.

“I know there have been a lot of misgivings that has taken place, but what is important is for us to build the house together, thereafter we can do aesthetics to the windows and the doors so that those who are standing would be able to sit,’’ Ambode said.

In May, the party’s primaries to elect its candidates for the July council poll ended in chaos after party members accused the leadership of imposition.