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APGA crisis: You Are An Impostor – Okogbuo Blasts Agbaso

The national leadership of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) on Friday said Chief Martins Agbaso is not member of the party.
He accused Agbaso and other expelled members of embarking on a mission to cause crisis at the national level of the party.

This is even as APGA described the Enugu State High Court order of Mandamus, which recognized Chief Agbaso as national chairman as laughable.

Speaking to newsmen on Friday in Umuahia, the Abia State capital, the Deputy National Chairman of the party, Engr. Uchenna Okogbuo alleged that Agbaso ceased to be a member of APGA for a long time ago after loosing Imo state governorship election twice.

Okogbuo explained that Agbaso left the party to the PDP and later dumped PDP for the APC, wondering how someone whose name is not in APGA membership register at his ward, would be recognized by a court as national chairman of APGA.

His said: “As far as the party is concerned, Chief Martin Agbaso is not a member of APGA. He left APGA long ago and joined PDP, from PDP to APC”.

“Even in the ward register where he comes from, his name is not in the register of APGA.

“Even if the National chairman is to be replaced, he is not among the people that would replaced the national chairman.

“So, what Agbaso and others are doing, coupled with the Enugu High court order is a pure charade”.

Okogbuo said Chief Victor Oye led National Working committee of the party were not served nor represented in the matter at the Enugu High Court, describing the restraining order as a slap on the Nigeria Judiciary.

He disclosed that the party will appeal against the order and expressed hope that the appellate court will quash the order.

According to the party chieftain, those parading Agbaso as National chairman were not members of APGA.

“We were not communicated. They rushed to Enugu court and obtained order of mandamus compelling INEC to recognize Martin Agbaso as APGA national chairman.

“We will quash the order; we are appealing because the action of Enugu High Court is a slap on Nigeria judiciary system”, he stated.

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