Accused of anti-party activities, Enugu east zonal chapter of All Progressive Congress, APC, yesterday, suspended its chairman, Chief Anike Nwoga.
Nwoga’s sanction was announced by the zonal Secretary, Hon. Chuks Owo, during the zonal executive committee meeting held at the Enugu east secretariat of the party.
According to the party,”Nwoga has been engaging in all manner of anti party activities, including going to the press to castigate the leadership of the party at all levels.
It was gathered that the zonal exco had during the meeting passed a vote of no confidence on the chairman before slamming the suspension on him.
Said Owo: “Nwoga has been bringing the image of our great party to disrepute for a long time and he lacks discipline.
“He has been disrespectful to the leadership of the party in the state and national level.”
Meanwhile, the zonal secretary disclosed that a three-man committee had been set up by the party to investigate all the allegations levelled against the party chieftain.
Motion for his suspension was moved by the zonal legal Adviser, Barrister Jones Ede Anigbogu, while Enugu east council chairman of the party, Hon. Michael Onyeka seconded the motion.
Efforts to reach Nwoga for his reaction were unsuccessful as his mobile phone was switched off as at the time of filing this report.

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