Nigerian youths under the auspices of Democratic Youth Congress for PMB 2019 gallantly shut down the National Secretariat of the APC to press home their demands for the immediate removal of Sen. Osita Izunaso, the purported National Organizing Secretary of the APC.
This patriotic call was championed by the National Chairman of DYC, Hon. Kassim Muhammad Kassim, Member, Nasarawa State House of Assembly over the shenanigan, abuse of office, cluelessness, highhandedness and despotic tendencies of Izunaso which has generated tension, confusion and acrimony amongst Party loyalists across almost 28 States of the federation during the recently concluded Ward and LGCS Congresses in some states.
The most annoying show of shame displayed by Sen. Izunaso is that of Imo State where he committed lots of atrocities by preventing the Imolites of APC extraction from electing their Ward Exco. Out of desperation and selfish interest, he sat in a hotel alongside his co-travellers, hurriedly cooked results and sent to the National Secretariat that Ward Congresses took place in Imo State whereas there was nothing like that.
His actions and that of his co-conspirators is a calculated attempt to frustrate Rochas Okorocha out of the Party and possibly prepare grounds for the humiliation of Baba Buhari in the forthcoming 2019 polls in Imo State in particular and the South Eastern States in general.
Where was Sen. Osita when Rochas led the APGA faction for the formation of APC?
Where was Sen Izunaso when Okorocha nurtured APC from infancy till date in the South East?
As stakeholders in the Party, we can’t fold our hands and watch this kind of malicious brigandage been perpetrated against the SENIOR STAKEHOLDERS of APC. We have taken over the secretariat and we shall not move an inch until Osita is removed from office and new date is fixed for Imo State Ward and LGCS Congresses.
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