- The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has set Saturday, October 2nd as the date for its state convention before the National Congress
- James Akpanudoedehe, the secretary of the party’s janitorial committee, announced this on Monday, September 13th.
- The party had on Saturday the 4th country elects local representatives
FCT, Abuja – The Caretaker Extra-Ordinary Convention Planning Committee (CECPC) of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC ) has scheduled the party’s state congress for Saturday, October 2nd.
The nation reported this in a concise statement by the party’s secretary James Akpanudoedehe in Abuja on Monday , September 13th.
According to the report, party congresses began on July 31st with the community convention, while the local government announced the convention on April 4th September.
APC expels ex-governor, former spokesman, 39 chiefs
It was reported that the chairman of the APC caretaker state committee Ben Nwoye said those concerned had filed a lawsuit against the party without first exhausting all the mechanisms of conflict resolution.
The Bigwigs filed the lawsuit with the Federal Supreme Court in Abuja, Nwoye filed to remove the office.
However, the chairman stated that the actions of the evicted chiefs violated Article 21 (D), Section V of the APC Constitution.
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In a related report, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) state delta suspended on allegations of anti-party activities Senator Peter Nwaoboshi.
The legislature, the D elta North, was suspended for a month on Wednesday June 23rd.
PDP State Secretary for Public Affairs, Dr Ifeanyi M. Osuoza, who announced the suspension, said The decision was made at the emergency meeting of the party’s State Working Committee (SWC).
The development came a few days after the legislature was dismissed and acquitted with the judgment of the Federal Court of Justice in Lagos .
Nwaoboshi was charged with money laundering by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) amounting to N322 million.