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Delta APC cautions new converts against factionalism

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By Nosa Akenzua

Determined to take over Delta state come 2023, stakeholders of All Progressive Congress (APC), on Monday, cautioned new converts into the party against factionalism Including patronising tendencies within the party, warning that any member of the party found in such habit would be axed. 

Chief George Okafor Delta North Senatorial District Leader of the Party who spoke to journalists however charged members of the party to redouble their efforts with a view to ensuring that those that have not been carried along are done so following the task ahead of 2023 adding that “We have to work very hard to ensure that Okowa legacies did not overwhelmed our plans of taking over Delta state.”

Recall that in the last few months, some people decamped from the ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP) to All Progressive Congress (APC) for alleged high-handedness and imposition.

However, Barr Fred Latimo, executive assistant on communication to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa last week said that APC in Delta state was dead adding “APC is not a do well party.’ The party leadership has messed up Nigerians and it has no place in the scheme of things particularly in Delta state where Governor Ifeanyi Okowa finally nailed the party completely dead with his overwhelming infrastructural development in the state and, come 2023, APC has no place or grounds for operations.”

Speaking further, Chief George Okafor alleged that PDP, for 16 years, plunged Nigeria into huge debts, adding that APC records in the last few years despite “politically motivated” killings, had shown that Nigeria was possible for greatness with basic amenities provided for the people and called on members to ensure that things were done at the right time to avoid scandals and indiscipline.

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