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Chairman of the committee, Chief Tony Momoh of the All Progressives Congress (APC)he on wednesday gave hint on what Fact-Finding and Reconciliation Committee on Kogi Crisis found.It has blamed acrimony in the state’s chapter on communication breakdown
It said that the hitch in communication engendered the ruptured relationship among the party in the state, the government and the governor.
Chairman of the committee, Chief Tony Momoh, stated this on Wednesday in Abuja, while speaking with newsmen after submitting the committee`s report to the party`s National Chairman, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun. He said that while the committee`s assignment lasted, it met three times with Gov.
Yahaya Bello because the bulk of the issues “really stopped on his desk”. Momoh added that the committee also met with members of the House of Assembly and other relevant stakeholders in the state.
He said that while everybody in the state accepted that Bello was its chief executive, issues on his style of governance were raised.
According to him, lots of people testified on what the governor was alleged to have done. “We came to the conclusion that the problem of Kogi is absent of communication, miscommunication or even inadequate communication.
“There was breakdown of communication and everybody was singing his own song and telling his own story,” Momoh said.
He added that while the committee pleaded with all aggrieved party members in the state to be calm, it ensured that everybody that had a case was heard.