2019: Ararume, Izunaso defect from APC to APGA

2019: Ararume, Izunaso defect from APC to APGA

- As the 2019 elections draw close, the APC has lost two senators to the APGA

- The duo, Senators Ifeanyi Ararume and Osita Izunaso dumped the APC on Wednesday, September 5

- Izunaso is the immediate past national organising secretary of the APC

Senators Ifeanyi Ararume and Osita Izunaso of the All Progressives Congress (APC) on Wednesday, September 5, joined the train of defectors in the country by dumping the party for the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA).

They were said to have had a two-hour meeting with the national chairman of APGA, Dr Victor Oye, at the party's national secretariat in Abuja, where the defection was perfected, Vanguard reports.

Legit.ng gathers that the two politicians are in a running battle with the state governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha.

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Recall that the crack in the APC in Imo state further widened on Sunday, March 18, when its former national organising secretary, Osita Izunaso; Senators Ifeanyi Araraume and Benjamin Uwajiumogu stormed out of a meeting.

The closed-door meeting, which held at Concorde Hotel in Owerri, was still ongoing when the three party chieftains walked out midway.

The report said the meeting held “amidst tumultuous atmosphere from party faithful who had accompanied their leaders” and that it lasted for about two hours and 30 minutes and presided over by the state chairman, Hillary Eke.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) reacted to the defection of fifteen APC senators to its fold on Tuesday, July 24.

The Senate president Bukola Saraki on Tuesday, July 24, on the floor of the Senate announced the defection of the senators from the ruling party to the PDP.

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Source: Legit

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