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Factionalism haunts APC in Delta State

15 October 2015, 07:43Emeka Okonkwo

Abuja - Factionalism wrecking the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the Delta State has taken a new dimension with the party calling for the prosecution of disgruntled members.

APC Delta Spokesperson, Dr Fred Latimore Oghenesivbe, said information reaching the party suggested certain members of the party carted away N7 million of the party's monies during the 2015 general election.

"These gang of suspects will soon face criminal prosecution," said Oghenesivbe.

"It is this group of disgruntled elements that are joining local champion forces to cause unnecessary tension to divert attention from criminal prosecution. They will soon be arraigned in court."

The party spokesman debunked the rumours making the rounds Frank Ovie Kokori had been removed as leader of the APC in Ethiope East Local Government Area.

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He said the alleged falsehood published in an online publication was the handiwork of unscrupulous elements who could not be identified as authentic member of the party.

The said online publication mentioned one Philip Eyagomare as the new leader of APC in Ethiope East LGA.

"The development is not only laughable but amounts to criminal impersonation and disgraceful political rascality," Oghenesivbe said.

He said members of the press and the public as well as APC supporters and party faithful should disregard the reports.

"Chief Frank Ovie Kokori is the only authentic leader of APC in Ethiope East and he is at the moment in Abuja for a very important national assignment for our great party."

- CAJ News


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