APGA Under Siege, Says National Chairmanship Aspirant


***Says Party Has Derailed From Vision of Founding Fathers

An aspirant for the national chairmanship position of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) Chief Onwuka Ukwa, on Tuesday declared that his party has been hijacked and mismanaged since the death of one of it’s leaders Chief Odimegwu Ojukwu.

The chairmanship aspirant who lambasted the current leadership of the party, said the founding fathers did not have a vision to restrict APGA to the South East, and particularly, Anambra State.

Ukwa said it is now time for APGA to emerged and operate as a national party that it was intended to be, stressing that the time to restructure APGA is now.

He noted that the party has derailed from the mission and vision of it’s founding fathers which was to provide a platform for Igbos to participate in national politics and regain their voice in the political landscape.

He said the party was to make the Igbos have an umbrella for their political aspirations and to help them rise…

Source: Leadership Newspaper