Posted By: Emmanuel Oladesu
THE All Progressives Congress (APC) leadership will meet to review the political situation in Kogi State, particularly the governorship election, after the mourning period, it was learnt yesterday.
Its Deputy Chairman (South), Chief Segun Oni, who spoke with our correspondent, said the party leaders were, however, consulting with relevant agencies and stakeholders on the emergency.
The former Ekiti State governor described the death of Prince Abubakar Audu as a blow to the party, lamenting that he died after winning the electoral battle.
He said APC would not take a definite position now on the Kogi poll, until the funeral activities and mourning period were over.
Oni said: “We are holding consultations. We will meet within days to review the situation in Kogi State and know the next step to take. Our governorship candidate has just died. We need to wait till the funeral is over.”