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APC reads riot act to aggrieved members over litigations


[FILE PHOTO] Minister of Communication, Adebayo Shittu.

The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has read the riot act to scores of its chieftains who have approached the courts to address their grievances over the outcome of the recently held primaries of the party.

Among the aggrieved chieftains of the party are the son in-law to Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State, Mr. Uche Nwosu; Senator Godwin Abey; Communications Minister, Adebayo Shittu; O’rtega Emerhor; and the Niger Delta Minister, Mr. Usani Usani, who dragged the party to court for allegedly denying them the governorship tickets of the party.

In a statement, the APC described the resort to litigations as a manifest indiscipline and an anti-party activity, urging such members to withdraw all court cases, and approach appropriate party organs with a view to resolving any outstanding disputes through the reconciliation committees put in place by the party, the party stated that punitive measures awaits those who fail to heed the counsel.

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