More Crisis Hits APC, As Top Party Chieftain Threatens To Dump The Ruling Party With Thousands Of His Supporters, Releases Powerful Statement

By Amako Nneji May 16, 2018 08:29

More Crisis Hits APC, As Top Party Chieftain Threatens To Dump The Ruling Party With Thousands Of His Supporters, Releases Powerful Statement

There is fresh crisis rocking the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Ekiti State, after the just concluded APC Governorship primary that saw the Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Kayode Fayemi, emerge as the Governorship candidate in the July 14 Ekiti State election.

Recall, that Kayode Fayemi won the Ekiti APC primary, by polling 941 votes ahead of Segun Oni, who came second place and polled 481 votes, among other 31 aspirants.

Speaking with Journalists at his country home, in Ifaki-Ekiti, Oni raised an alarm that his supporters were receiving threats from Fayemi’s camp.

“I have a responsibility to protect my supporters. But this habit of winners take all and what we are hearing that Segun Oni’s boys will be in the cooler for four years if APC wins, is what I will not tolerate.

“We are not scavenging, neither are we scavengers. We have been receiving pressure from different parties that we should come for the tickets, but we said no, because we want this to be an example, and become a new thinking that when you lose the primary, you must stay in your party, even when you are popular.

“But if they continue to harass my supporters, I may quit the party, because I have the responsibility not only to protect them, but to ensure that they are not taken for a ride”, Oni stated.

Meanwhile, the Ekiti State Governorship Primary Appeals Committee of the APC, declared that it did not receive any petition with respect to the conduct of the primary.

The Chairman of the Committee, Fati Balla, disclosed this while submitting the Panel’s report to the APC National Working Committee, NWC, in Abuja, on Tuesday.

She explained that none of the contestants in last Saturday’s APC Governorship primary in Ekiti State, sent in any petition.

Balla further revealed that the three-member Appeal Committee, which was inaugurated on May 2, sat for three days after last Saturday’s primary.

Other members of the Appeal Committee, are Captain Bala Jibrin (Secretary), and Mrs. Lilian Obenwa.

Balla said: “In the three days that we (the Committee) sat, we did not receive a single petition, either in form of writing, telephone call, or a text message, which means there was no petition after the primary in Ekiti State.

“We have come before you this afternoon to submit a report. Since there is no petition from Ekiti State, therefore, the Committee has wound-up this afternoon.”


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