…no,the party is disturbed over Okorocha,Coaltion face-off
The ruling All Progressives Congress(APC)in a swift action has shifted the Imo state guber primary elections to Monday.
The primary which was earlier scheduled to hold on Sunday was shifted in the state for logistic reasons.
According to the National Chairman of the party, Adams Oshiomhole in Abuja on Saturday while inaugurating the 21-member National Convention Committee headed by the Oyo State Governor, Abiola Ajimobi disclosed on the shift in date for the states of Imo and Lagos.
However,an inside source has said that the interactable problems among the party members in Imo state may have forced the ruling party into the shift in date.
The National Working Committee of the party according to source is disturbed over the future of APC in the state owing to already existing division between the incumbent governor,Rochas Okorocha and the Coalition group said to have vowed never to accept an emergence of Okorocha’s son-in-law as APC’s governorship candidate.
Meanwhile,Alhaji Ahmed Gullak has been drafted by the APC as the Chairman of Party primaries Committee in Imo state and would be assisted by 11 other members.