Akure - The leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the South-west has kicked against the removal of Isaacs Kekemeke as the Chairman of the party in the Ondo State, reports New Telegraph
The party said the removal of Kekemeke as Chairman by some members of the State Executive Committee did not follow due process.
The party said Kekemeke remained the ‘de-facto’ Chairman of the party in Ondo State.
Recalled that some aggrieved members of the party had on August 17 removed Kekemeke from office.
Kekemeke according to News 24 was accused of luring the ward chairmen to mobilise other delegates of the party to support the anointed aspirant, Segun Abraham, among 24 others eyeing the ticket.
They alleged that Kekemeke had compromised his position by allowing the imposition of a candidate in spite of the agreement that all aspirants should prove their popularity at the primary election.
Abraham is believed to be the candidate of the national leader of the party, Bola Tinubu.
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But National Deputy Chairman of the party in South-west, Segun Oni noted that the aggrieved members of the State Executive Committee did not follow due process in removing Kekemeke
He described the process null and void.
- News 24