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APC Crisis: Why is Rotimi Amaechi Distancing himself from the Crisis affecting the Ruling Party.

remirogba 06/24/2020

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. The crisis affecting the national leadership of the ruling party the All Progressive Congress(APC) seems not to be in sight. The party has been divided into faction due to the leadership problem affecting the party.

The national leadership of the assumed higher dimensions when Mr.Victor Giadom announced that he has taken over the leadership of the party, while the party announced the former governor of Oyo State Senator Abiola Ajimobi as the acting chairman and also Hillard Eta the national deputy Secretary also involved the crisis. This has resulted in the tussle of leadership problems in the party.

One of the strong and notable members of the party the former governor of Rivers State and the current Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi has refused to make any contribution to the crisis. He has kept quiet and had refused to take sides in the leadership tussle affecting the ruling party. He has also refused to make any public statements on the crisis.

According to the report credited to him, he said he has Intentional don't want to be part of the politics of the crisis affecting the national leadership. And don't want to quote as he has kept all his reactions and opinions to himself. He said he believes that those fermenting problems in the party are adults and are capable of solving the problem that they started themselves. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Rotimi Amaechi is known for being blunt and his closeness to the President. Many believe that he could influence the president's decision. We sincerely hope that the APC will put their house in order ahead of the Edo State governorship election and also the Ondo State governorship elections fast approaching.

Source: opera.com
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