- The All Progressives Congress (APC) has accused former Senate president, Ken Nnamani, of displaying anti-party tendencies
- The party made the allegation while reacting to Nnamani’s recent statement that he was dedicated to lead the APC into victory in Enugu state
- The former lawmaker was called out by the ruling party for associating with the opposition party, PDP, saying he is being APC in the day and PDP at night
Enugu- The Enugu state chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has accused former Senate president, Ken Nnamani, of displaying anti-party tendencies, despite his claims of reorganizing the party.
Vanguard reports that the party while reacting to Nnamani’s recent statement that he was committed to putting the APC into winning ways in Enugu state, accused him of being APC in the day and PDP at night.
Legit.ng gathered that the former lawmaker had, during a meeting with the APC ward congress, appealed panel in Enugu on Friday, August 20, and said he was ashamed that the party was not winning elections in the state.
He stated that a process of rearranging the party had kicked off.
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“I feel ashamed of being in a party that does not win elections. That is why we want to rejig the party to bring in leaders who will not use it for business.”
The Guardian report indicates the publicity secretary of APC in the state, Kate Ofor, said in Enugu, on Sunday, August 22, that the foundation members of the party in Enugu agreed with the statement credited to Nnamani while trying to re-jig the party.
Ofor, on behalf of the APC, finally appealed to His Excellency Mai Mala Buni-led Caretaker/Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee, (CECPC), to save the soul of APC Enugu state before it’s too late.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that Kogi state governor, Yahaya Bello declared that he may run for president on the platform of the ruling APC in 2023.
It was reported that Governor Bello said his decision was based on the calls by many Nigerians across the political divide to run for the position.
He said many people both at home and even those abroad are calling on him to run for president in 2023.