Vanguard (Lagos)

9 February 2013

Nigeria: APC Will Crash in Six Months - Apga Deputy Chairman

Abuja — DEPUTY Chairman of All Progressive Alliance, APGA, Chief Uche Ejike yesterday said the newly formed All Progressive Alliance will crash in less than 6 months.

Ejike who disclosed this in a chat with journalists said: "Let me clear one issue here, you see that mega party, I wish those behind it luck. But I tell you that the mega party is made up of strange bed fellows."

"Yes, there are strong personalities there but I give the party six months . It will fall apart soon, it can only be together between now and the next six months.

Gen. Mohammed Buhari and Bola Tinubu

On t'he position of APGA on APC, Ejika said;

"I have to say unequivocally as the deputy national chairman of the party that APGA is not part of the so called merger.

" I need to let all Nigerians know , I need to let our followers, all the people who are interested in our party to know that APGA is not part of the group called mega party. "

"There was no point in time when the National Working Committee(NWC) deliberated on it as to drag APGA into it.

" There is no meeting whatsoever of that . And I know that the only competent body, virtue of the constitution of APGA , that can decide where the party will go if not the NWC."

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