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Buhari backs Giadom as the Acting national chairman of APC

Daddyjay13 06/25/2020

Buhari Recognized Victor Tombari Giadom View pictures in App save up to 80% data.  as the acting national chairman of APC


The crisis that started rocking the party after the suspension of Adam adam oshiomole. 


The question comes, who will be the party chairman. 


The National Working Committee (NWC) of the All Progressives Congress APC has earlier endorsed Senator Abiola Ajimobi as the acting national chairman of the party. This was made known to the public by the national publicity secretary of the APC Malam Lanre Issa-Onilu.


But Senator Lawal Shuaibu who is the Deputy National Chairman disagreed that he is going to resume as office as the acting national chairman. 


But Victor Giedom declared himself Acting National Chairman of the APC and suspended all the Edo election committees set up by Adams Oshiomole.


His decision do not go down well with the APC NWC who are also in favored of Oshiomole and Ajimobi. The NWC went further to reject him as the acting national chairman.


Earlier today, President Buhari acknowledge and recognized Victor Tombari Giadom as the acting national chairman of APC. Through his spokesperson, Garba Shehu.


According to Garba Shehu who disclosed this to the public, he said The President has received very convincing advice on the position of the law as far as the situation in the party is concerned and has determined that the law is on the side of Victor Giadom as Acting National Chairman.


It is also possible Giadom as the acting national chairman might not accept to work with election committee set up by Oshiomole which he outrightly rejected as he also rejects the disqualification of Obaseki.


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