For daring to take his party to court, the All Progressives Congress in Enugu has expelled a former Secretary to the Enugu State Government, SSG, Mr Onyemuche Nnamani.

Announcing the expulsion in Enugu on Sunday, October 21st, the chairman of the party in the state, Dr Ben Nwoye, said that Nnamani went against party constitution by dragging it to court.

Nnamani had sued the party and its national vice chairman (South East), Chief Emma Eneukwu at an Abuja High Court over the last party convention where he lost to Eneukwu for the position of vice chairman.

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But the party is unhappy because he failed to explore all the recommended avenues to seek redress.

Nnamani initially took the right path by sending a petition to the Convention Appeal Committee, but he was accused of absconding when the matter was called up.

“He absconded and rather sent a lawyer. The matter was dismissed, and he did not appeal. The matter died,” Nwoye said.

“Going by Article 21 of the APC constitution, it is an offence to drag our party to court without exhausting available avenues to seek redress.”

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