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Dogara stated this at a meeting between APC members of the House and the National Working Committee (NWC) members of the party led by the Chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, at the National Assembly.
The speaker said that APC lawmakers only expect justice meted to all members equally.
Dogara said “In every family, whether it is a nuclear, extended or an organisation, there is bound to be problem and that is because we, humans that are running those institutions are not perfect ourselves.
“So, we don’t expect perfection from any quarters.
“Our only expectation is the issue of justice and justice is indivisible. What is justice to the executive should be justice to the legislature and it should be justice to the judiciary.
‘What is justice to the President and the Vice President should be justice to the Governor and it has to be justice for the members of the National Assembly, because you can’t divide justice.
“Once you begin to divide justice you don’t have justice, and once we are able to get these things in their proper perspectives to some extent, we will be able to silence the voices of dissent within the party.
“We have problems, it’s perfectly okay but we mustn’t allow our problems to define us rather we should define our problems as a party,” he said.
Dogara further expressed hope in the capacity of Oshiomhole to tackle the challenges confronting the party.
“I know that you came well prepared; we can only wish you well and pray for God’s additional wisdom because human wisdom won’t be enough as you navigate very treacherous terrain.
“We pray God wisdom for you.”
On his part, Oshiomhole told the lawmakers that “every person matters in our party because all party members voluntarily moved from various political platforms and dissolved those platforms in order to give birth to the APC.
“Delivering greater good for Nigerians held the APC together and defines us in spite of the teething problems we were bound to experience that every new organisation goes through.”