The Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, and his Ogun State counterpart, Ibikunle Amosin will be queried by the National Working Committee (NWC) of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for alleged anti-party activities.

The decision was part of resolutions reached at the National Working Committee meeting held in Abuja on Tuesday where the state, local government and ward executives committees in the two states were dissolved.

A member of the NWC said, “The party has sent letters to the governors to explain what has been attributed to them in the media and their commitment to the party’s ideals. We want to give them a fair hearing.”

Amosun and Okorocha have been at loggerheads with Oshiomhole since the party’s controversial primaries.

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Amosun, who is still an APC senatorial candidate in the state, encouraged his allies, including a governorship aspirant who lost in the primaries, to defect to another party.

He has pledged to work against the APC in the governorship election in the state.

Okorocha, whose preferred candidate, Uche Nwosu also lost out,  dumped the party for Action Alliance(AA).

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