BREAKING: Governor Okorocha Gets Rejected By APGA, Releases Statement On Dumping APC, After The Dirty Controversial Party Congresses

By Amako Nneji May 23, 2018 07:07

BREAKING: Governor Okorocha Gets Rejected By APGA, Releases Statement On Dumping APC, After The Dirty Controversial Party Congresses

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State, has debunked trending media reports that he was planning to dump the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, immediately after the controversial party Congresses in the State.

The reports claimed that the plans were due to the hostilities that he is currently facing from the APC in the State.

However, in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Sam Onwuemeodo, which was made available to Post-Nigeria, he described the reports as “concocted”.

According to him, as a founding member of the party, he will not leave the party.

“Okorocha is one of the principal founders of the APC. And when he took the mainstream of APGA to join the merger that gave birth to APC, he was not under any pressure to do so. He even took that action at the risk of his second tenure.”

“They will not be allowed to reap where they never sowed. Their deceit will expire in no distant time. And no landlord would leave his house for unfaithful tenants”, Okorocha said.

However, the State Vice Chairman of APGA, Chris Rowland, revealed that the party led by Peter Ezeobi in the State, would not re-admit Okorocha.

He cited the insults that APGA got from Okorocha, after he used the party’s platform to win the Governorship election.

Rowland said: “There is no iota of truth in the news and propaganda, that the Leadership of APGA has accepted and re-admitted the estranged Okorocha.

“It is absolutely false from the pit of hell. This is the clear handiwork of the opposition, to degrade the rising positive profile of APGA in Imo State.”

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