All the State Chairmen of ruling All Progressive Congress, APC, denied ever meeting on the case for the embattled National Chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole.
State Chairmen Forum, described the report of passing vote of confidence on Oshiomhole as fraudulent.
According to the publicity secretary, Lawal Liman, said no such decision was reached by the State Chairmen’s forum.
Liman, who doubled as the APC Chairman in Zamfara State, noted that the forum has not met to discuss the situation affecting the party.
His words: “We have not met, but we plan to meet before APC’s National Executive Council (NEC), meeting scheduled for March 17, 2020.”
“As soon as some state chairmen saw the statement, they started calling me to find out the veracity of the statement.”
“l want to confirm to my colleagues that there was no meeting held and there was no statement issued to pass a vote of confidence on the APC National Chairman.”
“All issues will be resolved at the next NEC meeting and, hopefully, we will hold a meeting of the forum before the said NEC meeting.”
“We will not, in any way, bring the name of the forum to disrepute by doing what will take away our credibility,” he said.
Recalled, this online media had reported that Ameachi’s man has took over the leadership of the party from embattled chairman.
“Victor Gaidom has taken over the leadership role of the All Progressive Congress, APC from Comrade Oshiomhole.
‘Gaidom, said he has since assumed position as the acting national secretary of the Party, APC.”
According to Gaidom, Adams Oshiomhole is no longer the chairman of the All Progressives Congress following his removal by the Federal Captial Territory High Court in Abuja.
Meanwhile, the NEC has called for an emergency meeting on 17th of March to determined the fate of Oshiomhole.
The All Progressives Congress (APC), has fixed Tuesday, March 17, 2020, for an emergency National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting in Abuja, the nation’s capital.
This media had reported that Buhari has shunned Adams Oshiomhole and tilted tenth with Victor Giadom