Abia 2019: APGA Blasts Uche Ogah And Others, Calls Them Asylum Seekers

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The attention of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA)Abia State Chapter has been drawn to a statement credited to a Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief Uche Ogah, who falsely claimed that the leadership of APGA in Abia state shall be teeming up with the APC, SDP and others to confront the PDP in Abia state come 2019.


The most demeaning aspect of Chief Ogah’s statement was the misleading outright claim that the SWC of APGA would submit and join the APC in Abia state soon.


APGA views this disgusting statement with so much shock and disappointment because Chief Uche Ogah, the claimant knows same to be false, baseless and unfounded.

Ogah is not a member of APGA, has no relationship of any kind with the leadership of APGA in Abia, and never got the mandate of our party at any point, especially the SWC to make the claim.


APGA believes, just like millions of Abians that the APC is a stranger in the comity of political parties in Abia, and thus lacks the structure, grassroot support base, and leadership make up to command the endorsement and acceptability of our people.


Abians are very much aware that, except the few honorable persons who joined the APC on formation, the rest of the leaders, especially those trying to ridicule APGA are individuals who cowardly ran to the APC after the party captured power at the federal level to seek refuge, either to avoid going into political oblivion in the name of belonging to a ruling party, or to escape criminal prosecution having been involved in one financial/economic crime or another. Simply put that, Chief Uche Ogah and others like him are asylum seekers in APC.


It is als on record, that the man who tried to ridicule APGA, Chief Uche Ogah had repeatedly told friends, associates and supporters that he left the PDP after it lost power at the federal and joined the APC because of his business interest, leaving one to now wonder how such a man expects Abians, especially APGAns to take him serious to the extent of abandoning the only visible grassroot party APGA and her candidate Dr. Alex Otti who have consistently and boldly held brief for them since 2015, as well as gallantly advanced their cause, and join a party and individuals that literally went dumb and underground when the most vicious attack was unleashed on Abia youths in the name of Operation Python Dance. How can Abians trust these foes who have suddenly become friends overnight because elections are by the corner?


The recent invasion of a High court in Abia by a faction allegedly working with Uche Ogah, and during which lives, including that of the presiding judge were endangered speaks volumes of the confusion ravaging the party, and once again brought to the fore, the party’s trademark of intolerance and violence.


How can Abians associate with the APC in Abia when it is harboring brigands and desperadoes who seek power, not to advance the interest of Abians, but to protect selfish individual business interests, while dodging on going criminal prosecutions?


Abians are by this release advised to avoid the APC in Abia, as well as ignore Chief Uche Ogah because his statement is a mischievous fabrication aimed at misrepresenting APGA and deceiving unsuspecting members of the public.




Rev. Augustine Ehiemere

State Chairman


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