The battle to complete between Chief Victor Oye, public director of the All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA and Edozie Njoku (likewise making a case for the chairmanship of the party) shows up distant from over as the previous maintains that the tussle should be let go in front of the 2023 general races.
Oye had in a restrictive visit with as of late, blamed Njoku for playing the foe card in a bid to occupy APGA and cost it a huge measure of generosity at the surveys. He further contended that Njoku “who isn’t an individual from APGA is important for a pack set on procuring where they didn’t plant. We know them in light of the fact that every political race cycle, they arise on the political scene to cause interruption since they consider APGA to be a prolific ground to furrow.”
On his part, Njoku has consistently demanded that the Supreme Court remedy of its own judgment of October 14, 2021 makes him the genuine executive of the party. He would proceed to ask the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC to accord him due acknowledgment as APGA director; an improvement that evoked a sharp response from Oye who speedily encouraged security organizations to capture Njoku and individuals from his leader panel.
The fight has now hit new level with the two sides creating their separate Presidential competitor and keeping in mind that Oye works from APGA public secretariat, Abuja; Njoku manages the party’s issues from a house office situated in the Wuse II locale, both in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT.
Talking on the topic at the public secretariat of the party in Abuja, Oye promised to call it quits on the off chance that Njoku effectively responded to 10 crucial inquiries even as he posed to him to report himself to the closest police headquarters in case of neglecting to give fitting reactions in 24 hours or less. The responses as indicated by Chief Oye, would empower Nigerians relate to the genuine true administrator of the party, chose by APGA individuals drawn from the six geo-political zones of the country.
“What were you doing before May 31, 2019 when from no place you began making a case for the initiative of our extraordinary party, APGA?
“From where did you buy your designation structure (if any) that certified you to represent political race to the workplace of the public director in 2019 (as you guaranteed)? Produce a duplicate of your designation structure properly stepped at the public secretariat of APGA.
“Who was in office when you held your supposed public show on May 31, 2019 in Owerri and who gave over to you control of power of the party, if any?
“Considering that you held a public show in Owerri, name the public officials of APGA in participation. Did the public chief and Board of Trustees executive of APGA, then, at that point, Governor Willie Obiano in participation at your purported public show on May 31, 2019 in Owerri? Show photograph proof.
“Did you put together a National Executive Committee, NEC, meeting of the party before your purported public show was held as requested by the APGA Constitution 2014 (as revised)? Produce a duplicate of the 21-days notice you provided for INEC to come and screen the Convention.
“Did INEC screen your show? On the off chance that your response is indeed, supply fundamental proof, particularly report of the observing group that came for show, to team up your case.
“The ongoing constitution of APGA endorsed by Dr. Victor Ikechukwu Oye as public executive and Labaran Maku as public secretary in July 2019 and saved at INEC was a result of the May 31, 2019 public show of APGA held in Awka. Valid or misleading?
“In every one of the trivial suits you recorded from 2019 till 2021, which constitution did you utilize? Did your purported show in 2019 produce any constitution?
“Name a solitary commitment you have made to the improvement of APGA in Imo State, where you come from. Is your name in the register of individuals in your ward? Show a duplicate of your enrollment card with contribution paid and verified by the Imo state executive and his secretary.
“Is it safe to say that you were involved with the allure recorded by Jude Okeke at the Supreme Court on which judgment was conveyed by the court on October 14, 2021? In the event that the response is indeed, distribute a duplicate of the suit recorded by Jude Okeke at the zenith court.
Review that following the judgment secured by Chief Jude Okeke at the Jigawa High Court, Victor Oye looked for and got the leave of the Court of Appeal to bid against the expressed judgment as a closely involved individual. In the wake of hearing said bid, the Special Panel of the Court of Appeal managed by His Lordship, Hon Justice Haruna Tsammani conveyed its judgment saving the judgment of Jigawa High Court and announced Oye as the appropriately chosen public executive of APGA. The expressed judgment of the Court of Appeal, Kano Division was confirmed by the Supreme Court in a consistent judgment conveyed by the five Justices that sat on request.
As per Oye, “Boss Edozie Njoku, who was not involved with the allure (as his application for joinder was struck out by the Supreme Court), has been strutting a Certified True Copy, CTC of enlisted Order of the Supreme Court purportedly endorsed by Hon Justice Kekeren Ekun, the most senior of the Justices that sat on the board following the retirement of Hon Justice Mary Odili,” adding that “the said selected Order was purportedly confirmed on the fifteenth of July, 2022.”
Blaming Njoku for falsification, Oye says the previous dangers going to prison on the off chance that he doesn’t follow his means right away and give APGA time to get up to speed with lost grounds as gatherings increase their arrangements for the surveys.
However, with Njoku demanding the peak court appropriately confirmed him as the public director of the party, common sense would suggest that on the significant specialists should swim in and do the needful as post prosecution cases anticipate the party even in regions where it has solid traction. Figuratively speaking, both the Supreme Court and the electing umpire have an obligation to make some noise in a way of criticalness, if by some stroke of good luck to sort the records out.