Pressure is mounting as leaders of the All Progressives Congress prepare to hold the caucus and National Executive Council meetings this week.
The meetings, scheduled to hold on Monday and Tuesday, are expected to find solutions to the internal conflicts rocking the ruling party.
It was learnt that the letter written by the former Lagos State governor had started creating division among members of the party’s leadership especially members of the National Working Committee.
Opinion is, however, said to be divided among members of the party’s NWC with respect to allegations contained in Tinubu’ letter to Odigie-Oyegun.
It was learnt that some believed that the allegations against the chairman, some of which were contained in a memo signed by the six zonal vice-chairmen which they later denied, were strong enough to pass a no-confidence vote in Odigie-Oyegun.