The All Progressives Congress (APC) seems very far from settling the crisis rocking the party in Imo State as Governor Rochas Okorocha says the crisis is beyond reconciliation.
Okorocha told leaders of the party’s reconciliation committee on Thursday that the crisis in the party “has gone beyond what we can manage”.
Okorocha, who spoke in Owerri when the APC reconciliation committee headed by Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano visited Imo, said, “Adams Oshiomhole singlehandedly meted grave injustice to Imo APC members.”
The governor said, “There shouldn’t have been crisis in the party, because of the affinity of the members. We are like one big family. When we came in 2011 it was a miracle. The who is who in Imo politics were against us but we won that election. We moved from APGA to the APC because of the name of Buhari, which is synonymous with integrity. I am a foundation member of the APC. I suggested the name APC.”
“Those Oshiomhole gave the tickets were not APC members, the worst political injustice in the history of Nigeria happened in Imo.
“Let me make bold to say that this is not about the people here but those across the breadth of the state, the name you hear is Uche Nwosu. Against all speculation that I am leaving the APC is not true, all the state and local government executives are intact. We have done everything to resolve the issue but it appears to have gone beyond repair. The situation at hand has gone beyond what we can manage.”
The APC governorship candidate in the state, Hope Uzodinma, and Okorocha’s son-in-law, Uche Nwosu did not attend the meeting.