All Progressive Congress, APC, has denied insinuations that the party was in disarray in Cross River.
The party was being plagued by internal crisis with a vote of no confidence recently passed on the leadership by some aggrieved members.
Reacting to claims that the crisis may affect the cohesion of the party, APC National Vice Chairman (South-South), Prince Hilliard Eta described the insinuation as ‘baseless.’
Prince Eta admitted that though there were agitations for the dissolution of the state executive committee of the party, complaints against the leadership of the party in the state would be handled appropriately.
The National Vice chairman disclosed that a committee has been set up to look into allegations levelled against the party leadership in the state, adding that recommendations of the committee ‘will be religiously implemented.’
“What is important is the soul of the party; the party is bigger and more important than any individual no matter how highly placed and so the recommendations will be given priority attention.’’
Some aggrieved APC members had recently passed a vote of no- confidence on the leadership of APC in Cross River over alleged anti-party activities.
They also accused the state EXCO of mismanaging campaign funds resulting in APC’s dismal performance in the just concluded general elections.

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