"The Party especially commends members who served in the congress committees for their dedication and impartiality".
Abe, an APC governorship aspirant in the 2019 general elections, accused the leadership of the party in the state of going against the guidelines of the ward congress by allowing contestants to pick forms on the day of the congress.
He denied the existence of factions in the party in the state because there's only one executive.
Saturday's congress was expected to usher in peace and unity in the party but it seems to be the same old story of factionalisation.
The committee chairman said that he would meet with the leaders of the party with the aim of arriving at a consensus.
"We however acknowledge there are some issues arising from the conduct of the elections in some states".
According to him, such exercises could not be held in all 203 wards of the state without misunderstanding.
Mr Nwobasi however alleged that the seven-man committee, led by Ajayi Nicholas, was hijacked by the group loyal to Mr Nwachukwu.
"In a statement on Sunday, the party's National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, expressed worry that electoral processes are still "very much smudged by unnecessary resort to violence by contenders", even when there are available channels for the resolution of disagreements at various levels of engagement".
Tanko said that a committee had been set up to listen to complaints by aggrieved members, and advised those not satisfied to lodge their petitions.
He said the constitution of the party was sacrosanct, hence the party in state had been able to manage its affairs without internal or external wranglings.
He said if the stakeholders in the four local governments fail to reach a consensus, the Congress Committee will fix a convenient date to hold the congress for them.