Lokoja - Less than one week to the Kogi State governorship election, crisis has hit the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in the state, reports The Guardian.
The state chairman of the party, Ocholi Ameh has been suspended for alleged anti-party activities.
Ameh was accused by the party leadership of working against the party to the advantage of rival parties.
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In a letter of suspension by the state executive council of the party, which was signed by the Secretary, Ben Nweke, among others, the party said Ameh’s suspension was based on confirmed allegations.
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