The Chairman of the party in the state, Mr Anselm Ojezua, said members of the party through the casting of their votes were allowed freedom and right to take decision.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the APC ward congresses were conducted nationwide on Saturday, May 5, with results already being received from various states.
The office in tatters after the invasion The team identified as Ward and Local Government Congresses Committee from Abuja headquarters of the party, headed by Joseph Dogo, stressed that the congresses took place on Saturday in Rivers, in conflict with the position of 2019 Rivers APC governorship aspirant, Sen Magnus Abe who maintains that no congress held anywhere in the state.
According to him, the exercise was supposed to have commenced by 8:00 am but that due to the human factor, it will have to be delayed but commenced by 2:00 pm.
He said, "The reports I have heard so far across the state indicate that the congress went peacefully without any form of acrimony or rancour".
At Evwreni, home town of the leader of Delta APC, Olorogun O'tega, Emerhor, in Ughelli North local government council, the congress was peaceful.
"The Party especially commends members who served in the congress committees for their dedication and impartiality. Our party and administration are known for peace and that must be sustained".
"It gladdens our heart that the Congress went smoothly and was very successful across all the 351 Wards without any skirmishes or violence against the wish of the so-called Unity forum. This is not good for the image of our party in Oyo State".
He said, "We can not allow ourselves to be in rancour and have problems after the congresses, we hope that the results of the congresses will go smoothly with all of us" adding that all the aspirants have reached a united stance for the sake of the success of the party in the state.
However, yesterday's conduct of the exercise was peaceful, with Governor Abiola Ajimobi expressing satisfaction with the outcome of the congress.
It said that setting up a committee to investigate what happened was the only way to restore public confidence and ensure the support of party members ahead of next year's election.