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Stop parading yourself as APGA national chairman – Obigwe tells Agbaso

National Coordinator, All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, Media Warrior Forum, Anambra State, Evangelist Chinedu Obigwe, has urged Martins Agbaso to stop parading himself as the factional leader of the party saying his persistence claim is meant to overheat the polity of APGA and Anambra State in particular.

He disclosed this in a statement asking him to present the valid proof of his claim given to him by the court of appeal, Enugu division.

According to Obigwe, “Agbaso’s claim of court of appeal Enugu division validating his factional and disputed leadership of APGA lacks an iota of truth.

“I humbly challenge him to publish his acclaimed court of appeal judgment in national dailies the same way Victor Oye leadership of APGA published the Nnewi High Court judgment that restrained him from parading himself as APGA National chairman and from conducting primary election for the November 18 governorship election.

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“Failure to publish his constantly referred court of appeal judgment that is in his favour will serve as an evidential proof to Nigerians that he is scheming to reap where he did not sow”, he noted.

Obigwe then warned that, failure to desist from flaunting the Nnewi and Awka High Court judgment that restrained him from parading as APGA national chairman is tantamount to risking jail term.

He however, urged all APGA loyalists to prepare for the forthcoming primary election under the leadership of the national chairman of APGA, Victor Oye and disregard the antics of Martin Agbaso and his cohorts.

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