Abia crisis: APC not planning to install Ogah – Group


7 Jul 2016

Abia crisis: APC not planning to install Ogah – Group

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A pressure group under the aegis of Abiazurumee Oganihu Abia, has refuted report that the All Progressives Congress was behind the plot to install Dr Uche Ogah as the governor of Abia State.

The group described Ogah as a deeply committed PDP member, who was unquestionably loyal to the party.

It also condemned in strong terms the position of a section of Abia elders and an obvious partisan Ohaneze Igbo Youths for their negative comments on the Federal High Court ruling and the issuance of certificate of return to Dr Uche Ugah the rightful gubernatorial choice of every Abian as cowardly, and a support against the interest of an ordinary Abians.

Chairman of the Abiazurumee Oganihu Abia, Okey Nwachukwu, in a statement in Abuja, yesterday wondered why the so-called Abia elders would pretend to be happy with the state of things in the state where even primary school children were crying for help and calling for a change.

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“The court judgment was simply an affirmation that God had heard the cries of Abians and had come to set Abia free and to redeem the state from those who have destroyed it,” Mr Nwachukwu stated.

The group decried the backwardness, stagnation, non, payment of salaries, political patronage, insensitivity of the political elite and nepotism in Abia as alarming and such that called for a change.

The group also called on the security agencies to investigate the connection between Ikpeazu and his latest spokespersons, the Niger Delta Avengers, “to unmask those sponsoring the group in its avowed terrorist plots to destabilize the Niger Delta and destroy the Nigerian economy.

“Ikpeazu appears to enjoy the support and confidence of the terrorist organization that is so vehement in aiding his case by spreading false, fallacious and ridiculous propaganda,” the group stated.

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News Source: TODAYNG, 9jaTales

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