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APC crisis: Tinubu talks tough, says Amaechi, Southsouth APC leaders on political suicide

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Senator Ahmed Bola Tinubu, the National leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, on Sunday said Adams Oshiomhole’s travails is 2023 political mission driven.
He said powerful forces who have their eyes on the 2023 election want the National Chairman of APC out of office, because their political ambition will fail, if Oshiomhole remains.
Though, identities of ‘anti-Oshiomhle powerful forces’ was not revealed, but he was reflectively pointing a South-South movement led by Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi; Godswill Akpabio; Festus Keyamo; Dr. Osagie Ehanire, Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, and others.
The latters held a meeting where it was agreed to do away with Adams Oshiomhole to pave ways for Mr Victor Giadom, the National Deputy Secretary of APC who hails from Rivers State.
Tinubu said those plotting the downfall of Oshiomhole launched their attack solely because they perceived the chairman as an obstacle to their 2023 ambitions, saying that people went to court knowing full well the party constitution prohibited such action because these people had not yet exhausted all internal disciplinary procedures.
“We even had a national deputy secretary improperly call for a NEC meeting on the basis that he believed himself the acting national chairman. 
“Clearly, this man would not have summoned the temerity to make such a move had he not been instigated by powerful individuals who he thought would reward or, at least, protect him for committing the wrongful act.
“Those engaged in these manoeuvres see themselves as clever or cunning. They do so because they only understand the mean craft of political intrigue. 
“They have yet to understand the value and long-term utility of democratic governance. Thus, they embark on the strangest of quest. 
“They would rather dismantle and weaken the institutional core of their party just to gain control of that weakened edifice in order to pilfer the party nomination, which they crave. This is more than sad.”

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