The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) has formed a committee to bring together disgruntled party members in the states of Abia and Imo.
The national publicity secretary of the party, Mr. Ejimofor Opara, issued a news release in Awka announcing the committee’s formation, and it cited a “seeming crisis” in the states named there.
He continued by saying that the new national and state leadership that resulted from the recently held congresses was to blame for the crisis.
According to one of Opara’s press releases, “Following the conduct of congresses for the election of officers of the party at all levels, it has come to the attention of the National Leadership of the party of a seeming crisis that is threatening to derail the outcome of the said congresses in the above mentioned States.”
To this end, “the National Working Committee of APGA has approved the immediate constitution of a Fact-finding and Reconciliation Committee for Abia and Imo States.”
He also mentioned that the committee will consult with the state-level congress committees responsible for organising the upcoming congresses.
Within 21 days, the committee would present its findings to the National Working Committee after holding town hall meetings to interact with various disgruntled members and stakeholders in the aforementioned states.
Professor Benard Odoh presided over the group, with Chief Uche Nwegbo serving as co-chair, Hon. Amala Anazodo serving as secretary, and Ojiefi Jane Ejiofor and Deacon Samson Olalere rounding out the committee’s roster.
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