Benin City - South-South Zone of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has expressed sadness over the exit of the former Foreign Affairs Minister, Tom Ikimi, from party.
The party said his exit was too painful to be wished away, reports Nigerian Pilot
Also read : Ikimi dumps APC
Hilliard Eta, APC’s South- South National Vice Chairman, said he had expected Ikimi to stay on in the Party which has offered him a unique opportunity to lead the zone.
Eta, who took over from Ikimi as the National Vice Chairman, noted that the former National Chairman of the defunct National Republican Convention (NRC) went too far by abandoning a course he joined to initiate some months ago.
He, however, said that the APC would rebound.
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