He said the committee was also to consult with party leaders and concerned members as it deemed necessary with a view to achieving peace within the party.
He, however, noted that the APC had progressed significantly with purposeful and productive leadership that promoted justice, equity, fair play, and genuine reconciliation to give party members a true sense of belonging.
“I am happy to say that this has restored confidence and trust in the party.
“I am also glad to state that since we came on board, the party’s membership has enthusiastically supported the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration and of course, the party leadership,” he said.
Buni said it was gratifying that loyal party members had complied with the directive to withdraw multiple court cases instituted against APC.
He added that this had no doubt contributed to the speedy reconciliation and rebirth of the party, saying that the APC was more united, stronger, and bigger.
He noted that the South-East zone, hitherto referred to as the stronghold of opposition parties, was gradually melting into the APC as the party increased its fortunes to remain Nigeria’s leading political party.
“It was a crucial tool in the recovery of the party. Over 40 million members were registered while the process is still ongoing.
“It provided existing and new members with a sense of belonging and ownership of the party.
“I congratulate all stakeholders, women, and youth for the active roles they played towards the success of the exercise,” Buni said.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the committee has former Gov. Abdullahi Adamu of Nasarawa State as chairman, while Mr. Moses Adeyemo is its secretary.
Some members of the committee included former George Akume of Benue, former Gov. Sullivan Chime of Enugu, former Gov. Ali Saad of Jigawa, and former Speaker of House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara.