Kogi APC Chairman, 38 others sacked over anti-party activities


The All Progressives Congress (APC) has announced the sack of Kogi State chairman of the party, Alhaji Haddi Ametuo and 38 others for gross misconduct and anti-party activities.

This followed a report recommending their removal by the disciplinary/fact finding committee set up by the Office of the North Central Zone of the party.

Recall that the party had set up a fact-finding/investigative panel to look into allegations against the affected party officers.

According to the report, Ametuo was sacked alongside 38 others for working against the interest and progress of the party in the state.

Also found guilty in the petition were some local government officers of the party.

The Kogi State chapter of the APC has been engulfed in crisis for over two years following the uproar between the Kogi State Governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello and the Alhaji Ametuo led APC in the state.

The APC executive had accused the governor of sideling them after the party recorded a landslide victory in the 2015 general elections.


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