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Reconciliation: Imo APC describes Rochas Okorocha as stumbling block

… Says demands too fuch For party.

Imo State Chapter of the APC led by Nlemigbo as the caretaker has accused former Governor of Imo State and Senator representing Imo West in the Senate, Senator Rochas Okorocha of being a stumbling block towards the realization of peace and reconciliation in the Imo State chapter of the APC.

Nlemigbo who disclosed this to Journalists in Owerri last Friday disclosed that emissaries which included text messages had been sent to the former Governor for the purpose of peace in the party adding that none of the said messages was able to achieve any result following the too much demands the former Governor has for their to be a reconciliation in Imo APC.

According to Nlemigbo, Okorocha as at the time of this report was demanding that Dan Nwafor remain the State Chairman of the APC and he himself remain the leader of the Party in Imo, a demand which according to him cannot be met by the party.

Nlemigbo who used the medium to call on Okorocha to make use of the APC revalidation extention to revalidate his membership of the party described as mission impossible for Okorocha to think of being the leader of the Party in the State where the Governor is an APC member as well as Dan Nwafor replacing him as the State Chairman of the Party.

Imo State chapter of the APC has been in leadership crisis over who controls the sole of the party in Imo.

While Okorocha and his supporters insist on the Chairmanship of Dan Nwafor as the elected Chairman whose tenure is yet to elapse, the Uzodinma led Government insists on Nlemigbo as the caretaker Chairman as directed and appointed by the national Leadership of the APC. The said leadership crisis was the major reason why Okorocha, Araraume Supporters did not take part in the last APC membership revalidation exercise given that the said exercise was handled

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