I Remain Committed To Justice, Fairness, Says Oshiomole
National Chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Adams Oshiomole, has said he remains absolutely committed to justice and fairness in his role as leader of the party.
He disclosed this about himself at the State House, Abuja yesterday after he visited President Muhammadu Buhari.
In a chat with reporters about the crisis that trailed the recently concluded APC primaries, Oshiomole noted that there are only three governors who are not pleased with the outcome of the primaries in their state.
He said: “I believe three governors are not particularly pleased with the outcome of the primaries in their states and you cannot grudge anyone for not being happy if a particular outcome does not coincide with his expectations.
I don’t have power to appoint and I don’t have power to change, particularly when things have been properly done.
“Now, if this makes one, two or three people unhappy, it is unfortunate but they are my friends.
He continued: “If there is a choice between my conscience – what I believe is right and mortgaging that conscience in order to keep the job – I will have no difficulty resolving it in favour of my conscience
And those who know, know that at my age I cannot learn new tricks. I am absolutely committed to justice, fairness. I am a stickler for the enforcement of rules because the source of relevance is derived from rules.