Wednesday, October 27

APC Congress: No room for imposition in Enugu – Onyeama, Chime

As the All Progressives Congress, APC, begins its elective congresses, Nigeria’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Mr. Geoffrey Onyeama, assured on Sunday that no one will be imposed on the party members at any level in Enugu State.

DAILY POST reported that the party had rolled out a time table for the conduct of congresses, with the ward election coming first, after which the localg and the State elections would follow.

At a meeting he convened on Sunday for members of the party in Enugu West Senatorial Zone, Onyeama said the decision of the people would be respected.

The minister, who lamented that crisis had crippled the party for years, said this was the time to get it right

It is important we have unity of purpose, we have our individual ambitions, it is expected, but it should not be totally about individuals.

“I don’t believe in imposing opinions, views, or preferences. We have to try, to have a transparent, open system.

“You are all very important personalities, and stakeholders, so, this is an opportunity to hear from you, let it be consensual, divided we will all fall.

“APC has been looked upon as a joke in the State in the last 5-6 years. APC in Enugu State has faced so much crisis but this is not time to apportion blames, we have to move forward,” Onyeama said.


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