Governor Peter Obi of Anambra State and the National Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance on Monday in Awka, embraced each other to signify an end to the long-drawn crisis in APGA.
Obi and Umeh, who spoke in the presence of members of the state executive council after several hours of meeting, said they had finally resolved the differences between them.
While Obi said the resolution would further strengthen the party, Umeh described the resolution as dramatic.
Umeh and Obi said they would subsequently meet to harmonise the issues that led to the crisis.
“With this reconciliation, we are going to contest all the elections and win,” Obi said.
Umeh thanked the religious and traditional rulers as well as other leaders of the party and commissioners, who worked to resolve the crisis.
Umeh said, “The only people, who had followed events in our party will be surprised at this dramatic end.
“His Excellency has been unhappy, I have been unhappy. But today, I can tell you that this is a new dawn for the government and our party.”