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Enugu: APC Chieftain, Ude Speaks On Emergence Of Reformed APC



A chieftain in the Enugu State chapter of the All Progressives Congress, Adolphus Ude, has spoken on the report that a new faction of the party will hit the ground on Wednesday (today).

There are speculations that a third faction of the party would hold its inaugural meeting on February 5, 2019.

Ude, while reacting to the report stated that he knows nothing about the existence of the said Reformed APC.

The APC chieftain said, “My attention was drawn to the baseless news report from the faceless source, and I make bold to say that it remains the handiwork of those who don’t mean well for our party.”

“This is to make it clear and disabuse the minds of our teeming party members from the antics of mischief-makers, that I am not aware of any such thing as Reformed APC in Enugu State, neither did I call for any meeting.”

“I have never for once arrogated to myself the position of the chairman of APC in Enugu State. This only happens in the imagination of the mischief-makers.”

“To make matters worse, they even claimed that I am already under suspension. My question is- suspended by who and for what? Any suspension must be backed by the State Executive Committee, it is not done on the pages of newspapers, so, no such thing happened.”

“We still have one APC led by Mr Geoffrey Onyeama, the Honourable minister of foreign affairs.”

The APC chieftain warned that he would not sit back and allow anyone to tarnish his image.

He added, “I have remained a committed member of our party, not only as of the 2019 PMB Youth Coordinator in Enugu State and recently the Enugu State PMB Solidarity Movement.”

“The antics of fifth-columnists will not deter me, but I also warn that I will seek appropriate legal actions against anyone who peddles falsehood with my name,” he stressed.

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