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Delta APC blasts critics of Buni-led Caretaker Committee, passes vote of confidence

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Delta State All Progressives Congress (APC) has passed a vote of confidence on the Mai Mala Buni-chaired Caretaker/Extra-Ordinary Convention Planning Committee (CECPC), of the party, saying attempt to derail the Committee by few elements in Delta wouldn’t be allowed.

The party leadership said they are some forces they described as ‘false and lawless’, in the guise of Delta State APC leaders Council, who were hell bent on causing trouble for the party in the State, adding that they could only make noise, but can’t derail the leadership.

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In a statement signed by the Prophet Jones Ode Erue, Delta State APC Caretaker Chairman and Deputy Senate President, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege and 21 other State Executives of the party on Monday, they insisted that the strategy adopted by Buni’s CECPC was working, describing the attack as unwarranted.

The statement said: “The attention of the Delta State Caucus of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has been drawn to yet another unnecessary attack on the leadership of our great party by mischief makers operating under the false and lawless style of ‘Delta State APC Leaders Council’.

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“Mainly, the grouse of this ‘Axis of Artificial Troubles’ against the CECPC is its total support for an all-inclusive growth strategy for our Party in Delta State.

“A strategy that is working miracles everywhere in Delta, as the APC continues to take new grounds, thanks to the purposeful leadership of the Deputy President of the Senate, His Excellency, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, the commitment of the State Caretaker Committee ably led by Prophet Jones Erue and the commitment of this caucus. We are pleased with the CECPC’s preference for pragmatic, result-driven politics instead of narrow, selfish and unproductive politics.

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“Following the recent decision of the Supreme Court in JEGEDE v. AKEREDOLU, some hastily wrote and released supposedly “confidential” memos to the public to threaten, blackmail and stampede the CECPC from carrying out its hugely important assignment as delegated by our NEC, the highest organ of our party.

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