A national APC leader, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has dismissed the reports that he is finalizing plans to defect from the party to join others in forming an opposition mega party.
Tinubu has been credited with such moves after his disagreement with APC national chairman, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun over the party primaries for the last Ondo State governorship poll.
However Tinubu in a series of tweets on Monday, said his mind is fixed on establishing a positive historic legacy, than engaging in destructive petitions.
Writing on his Twitter handle, Tinubu said: “In our journey to national betterment, plans and policies will be made, then amended. Mistakes will occur and then corrected.
“Through it all, I, Asiwaju, will remain true to the progressive ideals that fuelled the creation of APC.
“I have devoted my political life to achieve what has been achieved. My heart is too much of the people, and my mind too fixed on establishing positive historic legacy… rather than engage in destructive pettiness.
“This government, APC, is for the betterment of the people and the national purpose is bigger and more important than any individual’s desires.”
APC, according to him, is a party he laboured with others to build, and will not abandon it for any other party.
In the journey of APC to nation’s betterment, Tinubu said mistakes will be made and then corrected, but stated that through it all, he will remain true to the progressive ideals that led to the formation of APC.