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Factional APGA National Chairman emerges in Imo 


Edozie Njoku

The leadership crisis in the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) has degenerated, as Edozie Njoku has emerged a factional National Chairman. At the party’s convention on Friday, in Anambra State, Victor Oye also was unanimously reelected the party’s National Chairman. 

Speaking after the convention in Owerri, Imo State, Njoku, flanked by other newly elected executives and delegates, said members from the 35 states, including Abuja, participated in the convention.

He also disclosed that there was an exparte order obtained by the party’s Board of Trustees, (BoT) members stopping the Awka convention. 

He pledged that his leadership would, among other things, concentrate on repositioning APGA to actualise members’ collective dreams and aspirations.  

“What they are carrying out in Awka is an illegality. APGA is supposed to be a national party, with its root in the Southeast. It is no longer going to be a party situated in one place, with a few people determining what others will do,” he said.


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