President of the Nigerian Senate, Ahmad Lawan has said that President Muhammadu Buhari would in the next few days intervene in the crisis rocking the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC.
This was part of what Lawan told State House correspondents immediately after his closed-door meeting with Buhari in Abuja on Sunday.
Lawan said that there are challenges shaking the foundation of the APC. The Senate President said he discussed the crisis rocking the APC and why President Buhari must step in.
“But I also had the opportunity to talk to my President and my leader about the challenges in the APC.
“I believe that we have to deal with these challenges, this is the ruling party of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, with the President, with the control of the National Assembly, with more governors than any other political party. The situation should not, must not, be allowed to degenerate further than it has,” he said.