Edo APC Crisis: Party chairman State position on Obaseki’s resignation

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Anselm Ojezua, Edo State Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has said he will not be leaving the party with Governor Godwin Obaseki.

Anselm Ojezua was reacting to the resignation of Governor Obaseki from the APC.

Gov. Obaseki was disqualified last weekend by the APC screening committee for discrepancies in his certificates.

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Gov. Obaseki formally announced his resignation on Tuesday shortly after meeting.

Reacting to the development Ojezua told newsmen that he would not move with the governor as he was elected as chairman of APC with a four-year mandate, which would expire in 2022.

The party chairman said, “I won’t move. As you can see, I still have my mandate as the elected party chairman of APC in Edo which expires by 2022, and I intend to complete that mandate.” he added.

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