By Kelechi Ugo
The Interim Management Committee member representing Egwe/Egbuoma Ward in Oguta Council Area of Imo State, Hon. Comr. Uche Chukwudi has raised an alarm on the purported plan by those he described as the agents of the sacked governor Emeka Ihedioha, to instigate crisis into All Progressives Congress, APC Oguta chapter.
Comr. Chukwudi popularly called Iyi of Egbuoma said he had forseen future severe crisis in the LGA ruling party following a two page advertorial published on BigTruth Newspapers of Wednesday 3rd June, 2020 Edition titled, “APC, Oguta LGA simmering crisis: Before it is too late” which was signed by Hon. Justin Eze Asor, Ojukwu Esomonu, Awuzie Solomon, Ifuma John, Arinze Chukwudi, Dennis Obioha among others for the Forum of Ward Chairmen, Oguta LGA.
He said that APC in Oguta Council Area under the leadership of Hon. Emma Mazi who doubles as the Council Interim Management Committee Chairman remains intact. The Party Chieftain disclosed that there is nothing like Forum of APC Ward Chairmen in Oguta LGA as far as APC is concerned advising the authors of the publication to go home and settle their differences as the party continued to enjoy its related peaceful posture. “They should desist from insulting and attacking highly respected leaders of our great party, APC like Rt. Hon. Goodluck Nanah Opiah, Hon. Kerian Uchegbu, Hon. Ethelbert Nnanna and Hon. Emma Mazi. Let me urge members of the general public to disregard the publication as it was misleading, mischievous and full of frivolities. These so called members of APC Ward Chairmen were those planted by Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha and PDP stalwarts to destabilize the current shared prosperity government led by Most Distinguished Senator Hope Uzodinma. All of them pretended to be working for APC in the last elections and after which betrayed the party at the end of the day,” he revealed.
He further called on the party at the State level and governor Uzodinma not to be deceived by jobless and ” food is ready” politicians noting that Oguta LGA has queued into the governor’s ‘3R’, Rehabilitation, Reconciliation and Recovery agenda.