THE recent reconciliatory moves embarked upon by the All Progressive Grand Alliance party (APGA) suffered a major setback yesterday following the suspension of the former factional National Chairman of the party, Chief Maxi Okwu by the National Stakeholders Forum of the party.
Announcing this yesterday in Awka, the Anambra State capital, the APGA National Stakeholders Forum, a-decision making body of the party, equally and unanimously dissociated themselves from Okwu’s reconciliatory move, because according to them, Okwu failed to consult the relevant stakeholders describing his actions as self serving.
The APGA National Stakeholders Forum arrived at the decision in a communiqué written and signed by 12 of its distinguished members, such as Sadeeq I. Masalla, Chairman; Comrade Tony Edochie, High Chief Uche Njoku; Comrade Opara Ferguson; Ohamohi C.C; Sunday Nwachukwu; Okuli Jude Ejike; Hon. E.A. Ashonnbi; Chief Dickson Ogu; Hon. Barr. E.S Chijioke; Chief Sunday Obasahon; and Prince Gbenda Ateni.
The Forum, however, reaffirmed their unalloyed support and confidence to its National Leader, Chief Hon. Sylvester Nwobu-Alor, and governorship aspirant, Chief (Dr.) Chike Obidigbo for their sincere commitments towards the unity of APGA and the overall interest of the nation.