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APC chieftain, Senator Ucha attacks Oyegun, says chairman creating more problems



An All Progressives Congress, APC, chieftain in Ebonyi State, Senator Julius Ucha, has accused the outgoing national Chairman of the party, John Odigie-Oyegun of planning to create more problems for the party before leaving.

Ucha made the accusation while speaking with newsmen in Abakaliki, the state capital on Sunday.

He said this while berating Oyegun over a report that he (Ucha) will soon join a few members who would be leaving the party in a few weeks.

Ucha maintained that Oyegun can’t force him out of the party.

The party chieftain stressed that thinking that some people would leave the party because Oyegun had “inflicted much injuries on the party was a big mistake.”

He noted that a new leadership that would emerge will work hard to prepare the party ahead of the general election.

According to Ucha, “Oyegun thinks that the injury he has done over the years to some key members of the party will force them out of the party, but he’s just daydreaming because he’s a wounded lion.

“He is the person who will definitely leave the party and is busy causing troubles, though he thinks that some of us that he has consistently made it impossible to function in our states will leave but we will remain in our great party, APC.”

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The party chieftain cautioned against the use of fake delegates who were not elected in the just concluded state congresses of the party to vote during the forthcoming national convention of the party.

“If the party allows Oyegun to introduce delegates that were not duly elected according to Electoral Act and guidelines of the party, delegates that were made by overambitious politicians who stayed in their houses to write names and such delegates are allowed to be used in the upcoming national convention of the party, other political parties are watching; because that will affect the validity of the convention,” he said.