The All progressive Congress (APC) was formed as a result of the various challenges that the opposition faced in the country ranging from gagging, manipulation and blocking of their chances to compete at the state and central level. The merger of the various progressives gave birth to the party prior to the 2015 General elections. Chief Bisi Akande, elder-statesman, former deputy governor of old Oyo state and second executive Governor of Osun state became its pioneer chairman, later succeeded by Chief John Odigie Oyegun himself an elder-statesman and former Governor of Edo state before Adams Oshiomole whose tenure generated controversies, substitution, lack of respect for the rule of law and garage style approach to issues which created rancor, division and lack of unity among party national working as well as executive committee members that led to the deserting of the national party secretariat by Senator Lawal Shuaibu, the erstwhile deputy national chairman (north). The All Progressive Congress (APC) as a party that single handedly defeated an incumbent administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan possesses qualitative think tank, formidable team players, experienced politicians, elder-statesmen and women as well as decision makers who are endowed with all that it takes to deliver democracy dividends but due to the one sided, sectionalized and narrow minded administrative blunders of Adams Oshiomole, all these astute members chose to form parallel groups. As 2023 general elections draws near, not just any egg head could be given the leadership of the party. Agreed that the Mala Buni led caretaker committee is taking steps to address certain issues, according to Hon Bashir Yusuf, the chairmen of the APC Aspirants forum, Buni’s committee alone cannot unite the various factions due to the confidence issues some of them do not impose in the committee.