Oshiomhole’s NWC sacked to resolve internal crisis in the party says APC


The All Progressives Congress (APC) says the Adams Oshiomhole-led National Working Committee (NWC) was sacked in order to resolve the various internal crises that pervaded the party’s rank and file and by so doing threatened its very foundation.

The party offered the explanation in a counter-affidavit it filed against a suit, marked: FHC/ABJ/ CS/736/2020 by Kalu Agu, who claimed to be a member of the party in Abia State.

The document was filed before the Federal High Court in Abuja by its lawyer, Lateef Fagbemi (SAN).

The party further claimed that the crises that had characterised its affairs ended immediately the Caretaker/Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee, led by Yobe State Governor, Mai Mala Buni was put in place.

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It argued the suit by Agu was designed to destabilise the party’s current peace building and reconciliation efforts and plunge it back to crisis.

Agu is, by his suit, challenging the June 25, 2020 decision by the APC to sack the Oshiomhole-led NWC.

APC further said that Buni and other members of its National Caretaker Committee are eminently qualified for their appointment and pleaded with the court to dismiss the suit.


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