Sunday, May 22, 2022

APGA Leadership Battle: INEC to decide, Oye allegedly collected $100,000 from An Aspirant, disqualified Him

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DAILY NEWS REPORTERS gathered that the All Progressive Grand Alliance – APGA leadership battle between Chief Victor Oye and Mr. Edozie Njoku has been taken to Abuja to be decided by INEC.

INEC has been duly served with the latest copy of the judgement of the Supreme court of October 14, 2021 as corrected on May 9, 2022 signed by Justice Mary Odili and CTC certified by the Supreme court registrar.

Chief Oye was accused by the AIF Media of allegedly collected $100,000 from an undisclosed Aspirant and still went ahead to disqualified him.

Below is written by Eneh Victor Chigozie of AIF Media.

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Gentlemen,

It is fight to finish in Abuja. The battle is now in INEC. Oye is gone and gone forever.


INEC has been duly served with the latest copy of the judgement of the Supreme court of October 14, 2021 as corrected on May 9, 2022 signed by Justice Mary Odili and CTC certified by the Supreme court registrar.


Any aspirant still giving the Ekperima gang money for APGA primaries is doing so at his own peril.

 

Are you aware that these criminals collected 100, 000 dollars from an aspirant and went ahead to disqualify him?

 

And you think he will remain the National chairman?

 

The powers that be have taken decision. He has been moving from one house to another in Abuja begging for forgiveness.

 

The latest is that he has cleared those he disqualified. But that won’t save him.

God has risen to rescue APGA through Chief Edozie Njoku.

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