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The National leadership of the All Progressive Congress (APC) has frowned strongly on the illegal and induced wave of suspension going on in the Delta state chapter of the party. This is coming in the wake of the suspension of Dr. Cairo Ojoughoh and Ms Lauretta Onochie, the Chairman of the NDDC.
According to a senior member of the NWC of the party, who spoke on a condition of anonymity, the national leadership has sent a strong warning to the leadership of the party in Delta state to desist from this avoidable distraction; and that they should have appraised the situation objectively and begin to work towards future elections knowing fully well that the party’s performance in the State have been of concern.
He said; “This is a time that all hands should be on deck towards moving the party forward. He expressed surprise at the suspension of Ms. Onochie, a Deputy Director in the Women Presidential Campaign Council and a close associate of the incoming First Lady, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, who contributed immensely both financially and morally towards the success of the just concluded/successful election”.
“The Delta Chapter of the APC is advised to take a cue from the President-elect, His Excellency, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu who publicly shwocased his democratic credential when he lost the Presidential election in Lagos believed to be his stronghold”.
“He accepted the results of the election and described it as democracy at work. It is clear that the APC in Lagos did not allow that loss.to distract them as it later manifested in the victory in the Governorship and State House of Assembly eelctions barely two weeks later.”