Delta APC stakeholders will not withdraw Court cases

Charge NWC to approach equity with clean hands Leaders and stakeholders of the mainstream All Progressive Congress, APC, Delta State chapter, have condemned the attempt by the party’s National Working Committee, NWC, led by Comrade Adams Oshiomhole to intimidate and blackmail aggrieved party members into withdrawing their court cases, instead they charged the NWC to come to equity with clean hands following the crisis rocking the party in different states. The leader and stakeholders in a statement signed by the state factional Chairman, Cyril Ogodo after an emergency meeting held at Ughelli, Ughelli North local government, noted that APC is built on justice and equity. Minister for Niger Delta Development, Pastor Usein Uguru (r) exchanging greetings with a delegate from Kogi State, Mr. Frank Nneke while the Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Prof. Steve Ocheni (2l) and another delegate looked on at the 2018 All Progressives Congress National Convention at the Eagle Square, Abuja. Photo by Abayomi Adeshida They further stated that rather than issuing threat of sanction for members who have taken the option of going to court to seek readdress, over perceived injustice done to them, the NWC should look inward and reinvent itself, noting that; “you cannot beat a child and stop him from crying .” They tasked the NWC to apply diplomacy in resolving the crisis in the party at all levels, rather than resorting to act of intimidation and blackmail, adding that dictatorship is an aberration in democracy and the only way to stop dictatorship is through the court of law. According to them: “the NWC as presently constituted, with particular reference to the situation in Delta State APC chapter, lacks the moral right to asked party members not to continue in court wereas the first official assignment of the NWC led by Comrade Adams Oshiomhole was to rush to court to obtain a “continuous consent judgment” against perceived ‘Oyegun state executives’ in Delta without using nor exhausting internal party mechanism. So, those[…]

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