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Update: Delta APC Suspends Deputy Chairman, 7 Others For Alleged Misconduct

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The Delta State chapter of the All Progressive Congress (APC), have suspended its Deputy state chairman, Elvis Ayomanor and seven others for alleged gross misconduct and acts termed to have contravene the party’s constitution.

The suspension was contained in a letter dated 26th, January, 2020, addressed to the Inspector General of Police, a copy of which was received on 3rd, February, 2020 at the Louis Edet House, Force Headquarters, Abuja and obtained by BIGPEN Online late Monday.

The letter says the suspension/removal from office of the trio followed a Notice of Resolution dated January 18, 2020 by the Prophet Jones Ode Erue-led State Working Committee of the party.

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A letter announcing the suspension/removal from office signed by the State Publicity Secretary of the Party, Mr. Sylvester Imonina read, “Please be informed that in accordance with articles 21 (D) VI and 17 of the constitution of our great party, the State Working Committee (SWC) has approved the removal/suspension of the listed persons as officers of the party with immediate effect (see the attached Notice of Resolution dated 18th January, 2020) namely:

  1. Engr. Elvis Ayomanor – Deputy State Chairman
  2. Mr. Tosan Awani – Vice Chairman, Delta South Senatorial District
  3. Mrs. Janet Oyubu – State Woman Leader
  4. Mr. Richard Egbo – Chairman, APC Okpe LGA
  5. Mr. Johnson Ohwo – Chairman, APC Uvwie LGA
  6. Mr. Ben Onwuka – Chairman, APC Oshimili South LGA
  7. Dcn. Peter Umerah – Chairman, APC Oshimili North LGA
  8. Mr. Cletus Elugbe – Chairman, APC Ukwuani LGA

Meanwhile, the State Working Committee of the party, has announced the immediate replacement of the suspended party officials.

The party named Moses Ogodo as the new the Deputy Chairman of the party in the state.

Others are: Valentine Egbe who is now the Vice Chairman of the party for Delta South senatorial district, Anna Agoda Acting State Woman Leader, while Edafe Emakpor, Dennis Okorogben, Dr. Obi Esumai, Hon. Ozo Njoagwuani and Anthony Agam are now the party’s chairmen for Okpe, Uvwie, Oshimili South, Oshimili North and Ukuwuani local government areas of the state respectively.

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