He, however, said he would not mortgage his conscience in a bid to keep his job as the party’s chairman.
Oshiomhole said this in an interview with State House correspondents shortly after a meeting he had with President Muhammadu Buhari.
He was reacting to the growing calls for his removal as the party chairman following the crisis that trailed the APC primaries across the country.
The former Edo State Governor said he was committed to justice and fairness.
He added that he was too old to begin to learn new tricks.
Oshiomhole again said only three state governors elected on the APC platform had issues with him.
He, however, described the disagreement as a family affair that would be resolved in due time.
He said while all party members wanted change, the process of such change could be traumatising.
“Three governors are not particularly pleased with the outcome of the primaries in their states.
“Change is easy. We all want change but the process of change can be traumatising.
“These are internal family issues; they are my friends, and that is important.
Even in the moment of distress, that friendship, I want to believe, is enough to help us to build reconciliation.
“There is no running away from the fact that we are the governing party who has a higher stake.
We are the one in the news. If we were in the stock market, our shares would have increased considerably.”