APC speaks on reports of Oshiomhole’s expulsion from party
The rumor claiming that plans are being prepared to expel former National Chairman of All Progressives Congress, APC, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, from the party following the unfavorable outcome of Edo gubernatorial election, has been debunked.
The rumor claimed an Edo APC faction had written the national body of the party informing it of their plans to expel to end Oshiomhole’s membership of the ruling party.
The rumor which emanated from a tweet on Tuesday was allegedly posted by Aslem Ojezua, a factional leader of the party in Edo State. The tweet read, “I have written to the APC National headquarters that I and all the party chairmen down to the ward level have all signed the petition to completely expel Adams Oshiomhole from our great Party.”
According to The Nation, the Aslem Ojezua-led faction of the Edo All Progressives Congress, APC, has dispelled the rumour.
Ojezua said “We have not met. We are meeting on Thursday to review the entire situation. That is when we will make our decision known by way of formal briefing. We have not met. We shall meet on Thursday.”