THE OUTGONE NWC OF APGA WANTED TO TURN IT TO ATM MACHINE- EKEOMA
The decision of notable leaders of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) to overhaul the leadership of the party at all levels has been described as a welcome development as it would pave the way for the party to reclaim its pride of place as a progressive party driven by people oriented ideologies.
Speaking to the press on latest developments in the party, a Chieftain of the party and Media Aide to Dr. Alex Otti, Ferdinand Ekeoma poured encomium on the likes of Senator Victor Umeh, Chief Mrs. Bianca Odumegwu Ojukwu, Dr. Alex Otti, Chief Frank Nneji of ABC Transport, Chief Okey Eze, Chief Humphrey Anumudu and many other prominent sons and daughters of the South East who have come together to reclaim the party from those he described as dangerously corrupt political undertakers, and reposition it for the challenges ahead.
Ekeoma accused the out gone national leadership of the party of destroying the once cherished reputation of APGA by indulging in money induced fraudulent practices that disappointed many party members and supporters, and assured that with the expiration of the tenure and exit of the Victor Oye led national leadership, concerned leaders of the party are poised to heralding a new order that shall ensure sanity and constitutionalism in the conduct of the party’s activities.
He lamented over what he described as inglorious conducts of the Victor Oye led NWC during the last primaries that almost turned the party to an ATM Machine against innocent party members whose crime was their decision to run election under the platform of the party.
The Media Practitioner praised Dr. Alex Otti’s resilience and doggedness in his quest to end the leadership mess ravaging Abia state, and encouraged him not to relent since millions of suffering Abians are still yearning for the elusive good governance and still standing solidly behind him having seen the sincerity of his pro people sacrifices for the good of Abia state.For publication of your news content, articles, videos or any other news worthy materials, please send to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org . For more enquiry, please call +234-903-332-9775 or whatsapp +234-803-792-3602. To place advert, please call 08037923602.