Breaking: APC crisis worsens as court extends Giadom’s acting postion for 14 days

Breaking: APC crisis worsens as court extends Giadom’s acting postion for 14 days

- The solution to the crisis rocking the ruling APC seems intractable

- NWC of APC on Wednesday, June 17, declared the position of the party's deputy national secretary previously occupied by Victor Giadom, vacant

- Giadom, however, obtained a court order on Thursday, June 18, to act as national chairman

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The crisis rocking the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) on Thursday, June 18, too another twist as the deputy national secretary, Victor Giadom, obtained a court order to confirm him as the acting national chairman of the party.

Sahara Reporters reports that the court order dated June 18, with suit No FCT/HC/M/7707/2020 says the lifespan of the previous order granted to Giadom on March 17, was extended.

Legit.ng gathered that the online medium noted that the court order reads: "Consequently and in line with rule No 5 of the COVID-19 direction of the FCT high court 2020, the order of this court made on the 16th day of March 2020, is hereby extended for a period of 2 weeks. Application is hereby granted as prayed."

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The National Working Committee (NWC) of the party had in a meeting on the night of Wednesday, June 17, declared Giadom's seat vacant, claiming that he had ceased to be an officer of the party since 2018.

The APC said that Giadom resigned in 2018 to contest as the deputy governorship candidate of the party in Rivers state.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that amid the crisis rocking the APC, the ruling party commenced the replacement process for the post of deputy national secretary.

It was reported that the post was declared vacant on Wednesday, June 17, by the party's National Working Committee (NWC).

The office was occupied by Victor Giadom who resigned from the office in 2018 to contest the River state deputy governorship during the last general elections.

The national vice chairman, south-south, Hillard Etagbo Eta, disclosed this in a chat with newsmen in Abuja on Thursday, June 18.

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Eta who has been standing in for Senator Ajimobi, the acting national chairman, said the NWC has directed the south-south geo-political zone to commence the process of the filling of the vacant post of the deputy national secretary as declared by the NWC.

But when told that Giadom claimed that the NWC granted him a wavier which enabled him to return back to the office after the election, the national vice-chairman maintained that Giadom has ceased to be a member of NWC, arguing that the former deputy national secretary was economical with the truth.

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