Leader of the Social Democratic Party and former Governor of Ogun State, Chief Olusegun Osoba, has said he has yet to return to the All Progressives Party.
He, however, said talks are ongoing to ensure his reconciliation with the APC.
Osoba defected from the APC in the build up to the 2015 general elections and co-founded the SDP.
The former APC chieftain spoke against the background of his current noticeable hobnobbing with chieftains of the ruling party.
Osoba on Saturday told the Punch on the telephone that talks were in top gear between him and the top echelon of the APC on what he called “an amicable reconciliation.”
When asked if he had returned to the APC, Osoba replied, “No, no. But there is an ongoing discussion between us but there is no final decision yet. I believe that the good cause of the Yoruba and the nation will give us the grace to come to an amicable reconciliation.”
The ex-governor told our correspondent that the split between him and the other progressives prior to the 2015 general election was nothing personal.
He said, “They (his grievances) are part of what we are discussing. We are discussing the implementation of our constitution. It has been a major issue and we are discussing it.
“There was nothing personal about the whole thing. There was nothing personal amongst us. It was only issues affecting progressivism. I am still a progressive; that is why I won’t go to the conservative rank under any circumstance.”
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