“You will see that after the mini-convention, all that speculation of body here, spirit there, would go away,” he said
Saraki said those spreading such information were doing so as propaganda for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).
Saraki, however, blamed the development on inactivity in the APC, saying that the party’s leadership had failed to focus it properly.
He, therefore, urged the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the party to wake up to its responsibility as it had remained without activities for too long.
The Senate President said the docility in the party was giving room for unfounded allegations against some of its members.
According to him, if the party had organised regular NEC meetings and other caucus meetings, there would have been enough activities to determine who the true members are.
“I think there is no APC member that will tell you he is happy with the state of affairs of the party; there is a lot of work that we need to do.
“The party that hasn’t met for a long time, it’s beyond comprehension and I think that we should all quickly put that in order and start to get NEC, caucus and others going.
“We need to start early to get the drive in the party back.
“Luckily, in spite of the lack of meetings here and there, if you go round the 36 states, it is in just few states, not many states, where you may see internal crisis.
“It’s not that the party, at the grassroots level, had a lot of crisis here and there; it’s just for the administrative aspect and the national executive to provide leadership.”
Saraki also said that if there had been meetings of the party, his detractors would have seen how actively involved he was in the party “and will not have any room to spread such lies”.
On the allegation that his emergence as Senate president was an affront to the party, Saraki said he had kept the wishes of the party, including zoning of Senate president’s position.
He stated that at the last meeting of the party held over zoning of national offices, the position of president of the Senate was zoned to the North-Central