The Peace, Reconciliation and Outreach Committee of the Grand Alliance of All Progressives (APGA) met with Bianca Ojukwu on Saturday.
Ojukwu, wife of the late national party leader Chukwuemeka Ojukwu, was a former Nigerian ambassador to Spain.
The delegation led by a former APGA president, Victor Umeh, included the speaker of the Anambra House of Assembly, Victor Okafor.
Umeh said the visit was to reconcile with Bianca before the Anambra elections.
“We invoke the spirit of Chief Chukwuemeka Ojukwu, as well as his parental guidance and blessings as we embark on this journey,” NAN quoted him as saying.
“Bianca has contributed to the well-being of APGA since her late husband was the leader of the party.”
Noting that there will surely be disagreements, Umeh assured all the members that they would move forward.
The politician stressed that the ideals on which the party was established must be protected.
Umeh described the visit as a turning point in the APGA’s journey toward the gubernatorial election.
In her comments, Bianca regretted that the party found itself in an avoidable dilemma.
He regretted previous efforts made to calm the aggrieved members of the party that hit the rock.
Bianca recalled how the first and second reconciliation committees made recommendations that never came to light.
“I really want to leave behind the dark history of the party and the bad experiences that many of its members have had and continue to live.”