Buni said this at the APC National Secretariat in Abuja during the inauguration of the 13-member caretaker committee.
He said what happened to the party in the last few months was not totally strange in a big political party such as the APC as internal disagreements were common in all political parties.
Buni, who said it was time for the committee to commence the process of true reconciliation among leaders and members of the party at all levels, said the decision by National Executive Committee (NEC) to constitute the committee marks the beginning of a new chapter in the party.
He urged all party members to heed the appeal by President Muhammadu Buhari on his call to all aggrieved members who had instituted various cases in the courts to withdraw them for true reconciliation.
He said: “Change is inevitable and disagreement on issues and concepts are an integral part of human and institutional relationship. As a political party built on strong ideology and parading men and women of enduring principle and integrity, we must prepare for real and anticipated changes and their consequences. The outcomes of changes that evolves in our party politics must be decided by us.
“As the interim managers and leaders of our party, our priority would be the recognition of the need to act appropriately and acceptably in the overall interest of the party. Our actions in the next few months would be proactive and responsive.
He called on party leaders and members to put the past behind them and strengthen themselves for all current and future challenges.
Handing over to Buni, Chief Victor Giadom, said members of the immediate past National Working Committee (NWC) including himself, must learn from their mistakes.
He said with the formation of the committee, the party was close to reaching a major deal and becoming stronger.
The committee which has Senator John Akpanudoede as secretary has members including; Governor Isiaka Oyetola of Osun State (South West); former Senate President Ken Nnamani (South East); Stella Okotete (Women Representative); Governor Sani Bello of Niger State (North Central); Dr. James Lalu (physically challenged); Sen. Abubakar Yusuf (Senate Representative); Rep Akinyemi Olaide (House of Representatives); David Lyon (South South); Abba Ari (North West); Prof. Tahir Mamman (North East); and Barr. Ismail Ahmed (Youth).