Enugu APC crisis: Party Chairman, Ugochukwu Agballah’s ward disowns expulsion

The last is yet to be heard on the crisis rocking the All Progressives Congress (APC), in Enugu State.

DAILY POST had reported that the Udi/Agbudu ward of the State Chairman of the Party, Barr. Ugochukwu Agballah, last week announced his expulsion.

The ward is in Udi Local Government Area of Enugu State, where former Governor Sullivan Chime hails from.

Agballa’s expulsion was announced in a letter signed by the duo of Ferdinand Aduma and Francis Onyia, chairman and secretary, respectively.

However, at a ward meeting on Tuesday, the party members dismissed the expulsion, insisting that those who signed the letter were not the authentic leadership.

They instead identified Mr. Clinton Chinedu Ezeago and his executive as the authentic leaders of the APC in the ward.

The party members described as strange the recent reports on the expulsion of the State chairman, noting that the action was carried out by “unknown ward chairman and secretary”.

The party said that Ferdinand Aduma and Francis Onyia, who are signatories to the said expulsion letter are known members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), being used to cause distraction in the APC as the ruling PDP was afraid of the growing popularity and acceptance of APC in the State

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