Chairman of the All Progressives Congress Chief John Odigie-Oyegun has dismissed reports that he is under pressure to resign his office.
“I am not aware that my office is under threat. I led the party to the State House. It amazes me, occasionally it annoys me,” Oyegun told reporters at the end of the party caucus meeting on Tuesday night.
“That is one of the things you have to endure when you are in a position like mine,” he added.
He also said that a committee had been constituted to resolve all the crises in the party.
Speaking on the performance of his party’s government almost one year after taking over power, the national chairman pleaded for time on the part of Nigerians. He said the government would come on full stream when the 2016 budget is passed.
The budget was passed by the National Assembly yesterday.