Former Rivers State Governor, Rotimi Amaechi has promised to intervene in the crisis rocking the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state.
The former Minister of transportation made this know in Port Harcourt over the weekend while fielding questions from journalists.
Amaechi said he is back to the state to settle the rancour among APC members, noting that anytime there’s a transition in the party, people are bound to have disagreements.
According to the APC chieftain, the crisis in the party is not about the gubernatorial candidates but about minor issues that would be resolved within a few weeks.
He said: “That is why I came because anytime we have a transition, you are bound to have disagreements. Apart from the first disagreement that has always been there, the other one is ambition, I am talking about the internal rancour among us.
“In the next few weeks, one to three weeks, we will be able to resolve the issues. And these issues are not about the governorship candidate, we have passed that stage. All we can say is, are they motivated? They are not motivated, so I need to speak with them and I think nobody is aggrieved about the governorship candidate.”