Crisis looms as Delta APGA suspends party chairman
The crisis rocking the Delta State branch of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) degenerated following the suspension of the chairman, Mr. Afam Enemokwu over allegation of unethical activities.
The Publicity Secretary, Mr. Akpomedaye Onoruvie disclosed in a statement yesterday in Asaba that the motion for the indefinite suspension was moved by Mr. Ifeanyi Osaneku and seconded by Mr. Seipulou Joe at a meeting held at Ozoro, Isoko North local council.
Onoruvie said that in the meantime, the Deputy State Chairman, Mr. Emmanuel Ibordor, will act as chairman pending when the issue is resolved.The scribe said that the party has inaugurated a seven-man disciplinary committee headed by Mr. Amaechi Nwabueze to look into allegations leveled against Enemokwu.
However, the embattled chairman has described his suspension as unfounded, insisting that he still remains the authentic chairman of the party.He said: “Nobody know those behind the suspension. They are not known. There was no meeting of the party held in Ozoro.”