Ben Nwoye, the chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Enugu state, has accused a former Senate president, Ken Nnamani, of siding with the opposition ahead of the general election.
Nwoye said he had been proved right by his claims that the former Senate president who serves as the APC presidential council director south region was not proud to be a member of the ruling party.
“In any case, respect in a party is earned through responsible membership and not by fiat. If the party doesn’t feel the impact or imprint of such a high profile personality, would it be wrong for the party to say so? We assure Senator Nnamani of our respect at all times, subject to his being an exemplary party man,” Nwoye said.
The APC chairman stated that he has at no time insulted Ken Nnamani, or spoke in a manner that would suggest insult against the former Senate president. Nwoye said that by failing to address allegations that he was siding with the opposition, Nnamani had proved that he was not proud to be a member of the APC.
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