APC To Lift Suspension Of Buhari’s Aide, 20 Others
The end is now in sight on the protracted crisis in the Enugu State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
The party on Wednesday announced its decision to reconsider the suspension of 21 of its members.
Among the 21 party members suspended in June 2017 are: the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Justice Reforms, Juliet Ibekaku-Nwagwu, the former Deputy Chairman, Adolphus Ude, Women Leader, Lolo Queen Nwankwo and Valentine Nnaedozie.
The reelected chairman of the party, Ben Nwoye spoke on lifting their suspension shortly after swearing in members of the state and local government executives of the party at the APC state secretariat.
Nwoye, who was inaugurated alongside other state chairmen in Abuja on Monday, said the party would reconsider their suspension in the spirit of true reconciliation.
He said as a Christian, he had forgiven all those who fought against him and the party.
He says he has talked to other party leaders and they agreed to make concessions with regards to the national convention delegate list for peace to reign
Nwoye, who was earlier received by hundreds of Enugu APC faithful at Akanu Ibiam Airport Enugu, said although the police is investigating the factional chairman, Okey Ogbodo for forgery, to explain how he inserted his name into APC register, they are ready to formally receive him into the APC.
“We know he came to scatter APC. We also know there is no space for him in PDP. We have resolved to receive him publicly. I spoke with people in Enugu South. They were ready to concede slots to him,” he said.
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