The party is intact in Osun under Baba Bisi Akande and Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola, he said.
He insisted that members of the party that engaged in antiparty activities during the governorship and general elections in the state will not be spared.
The APC lost the July 16, 2022 governorship election to PDP due to crisis within the party.
The party also lost all the national assembly seats to the PDP.
The Chairman, however, urged genuine members of the party not to lose hope, adding that with hard work and commitment, the party would return to power in 2026.
By Victor Adeoti
The Chairman of All Progressives Congress in Osun, Tajudeen Lawal has dismissed a statement credited to the elders caucus of the party that former governor of the state, Rauf Aregbesola, should seek genuine forgiveness to return into the party.
Lawal said the party has not decided on how to treat the case of Aregbesola who was also immediate past Minister of Interior.
He spoke during a welcome home party organised by APC Reformation Forum in Ijesa Federal Constituency for Ijesa sons, who served at the national, state assembly, as well as in the cabinet of former Gov.
The party in no distant time will state its position on it, Lawal said while rejecting the advise.
He also rejected suggestion by Aregbesola that the party should be restructured.
Meanwhile, we must be clear about this, we are not restructuring the party.
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