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"You have no right to dissolve Imo APC" - Nwafor to Oshiomole

The Imo state Chairman of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Hon. Daniel Nwafor has dismissed decision by National Working Committee of the party led by Comrade Adams Oshiomhole which declared the state APC’s executives dissolved, describing it as reckless, unlawful and beyond the powers of Oshiomhole. 
Hon. Daniel Nwafor

Briefing newsmen recently, Nwafor noted that Oshiomhole who was pretending to go through the processes, had long acceded to a request by Senator Hope Uzodinma to dissolve the party’s executive in the state. Nwafor regretted that Oshiomhole had been in alliance with Uzodinma long before the primaries of the party in the state, urging security agencies to take another look at the black market transactions between Oshiomhole and Uzodinma which had undermined the integrity of the party in the state.
According to Nwafor:
“We take Oshiomhole’s announcement with a pinch of salt. We shall lose no sleep over the purported dissolution because we are familiar with Oshiomhole’s culture of impunity and executive rascality. Oshiomhole is impervious to the rule of law and is predictable in recklessness. 
“We have an unchallenged and unappealed judgment from a High Court of the Federal capital Territory, Abuja in Suit No. FCT/HC/BW/ CU/103/2018 delivered on the 14th of August, 2018 in which Oshiomhole is a co-defendant with me.
"The court ruled in our favor and in the last paragraph of the judgment said: ‘An order of perpetual injunction in thereby made restraining the 1st and 2nd defendants either by themselves, the NWC or NEC from either removing, substituting, replacing, suspending or interfering with the tenure of the 3rd defendant, his executives and all elected officers.
"So it is not at the whims and caprices of Oshiomhole to arbitrarily dissolve the party executives in Imo. His rascality does not accord him a place above the laws of the land. However, we shall go back to court to seek interpretations to this affront on the law and judiciary.”

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