- The specks of dust raised by the crisis in APC has been cleared
- Victor Giadom has reacted to the dissolution of APC NWC, saying there is no victor and vanquished
- Giadom also promised to abide by the resolutions made during the crucial APC meeting
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Following the dissolution of the All Progressive Congress (APC)'s National Working Committee (NWC) on Thursday, June 26, Victor Giadom has reacted saying “no victor, no vanquished.”
Legit.ng recalls that at the National Executive Council (NEC) meeting Giadom convened which was attended by the president, the leaders of the National Assembly, governors and some top party chieftains, APC dissolved its NWC.
The drastic resolution of the party came on the heels of recommendations made by the president during a crucial meeting at the State House.
In place of the NWC, the party's NEC announced the composition of a caretaker committee to oversee a new national convention chaired by the governor of Yobe state, Alhaji Mai Bala Muni.
The decision came as a shock especially for Giadom who has been parading himself as the party's national chairman.
Reacting after the meeting in a series of tweets, Giadom said against all odds, the collective decision of the entire NEC will prevail.
"I also promised to stand by any decision decided. President Buhari, in his remarks recommend the immediate discontinuation of all pending litigation involving the party and its members; ratifying the primary election conducted in Edo state," Giadom said in a tweet.
“Finally there is No Victor, No Vanquished. The Togetherness and cohesion Of Our Great Party Has Always Been Our Prayers.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that what initially appeared to be a triumph for Victor Giadom on Thursday, June 26, turned out to be a massive blow on his political hope as APC's national executive council meeting ended on a shocking dramatic note.
Giadom was left astonished by the decision and all attempts to speak after the meeting was vehemently met with objection.
According to an internal source, the Rivers state-born politician wanted to speak but he was stopped from doing so by the speaker of the House of Representatives Femi Gbajabiamila.
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