Imo Apga Crisis: I Remain Authentic Guber Candidate, Ihenacho Tells Nwaka Faction


By kelechi ugo
Sequel to the incessant crisis rocking All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) in Imo State, the former Minister of Interior, Captain Emmanuel Ihenacho has told Prince Cletus Chukwuemeka Nwaka faction that he remains the party’s authentic gubernatorial candidate for Imo State come 2015.
Speaking after his thanksgiving service held at Lady of Mountain Camel Catholic Church Emekuku on Sunday, Capt. Ihenacho told newsmen that he had earlier met with Prince Nwaka’s son who explained to him that his father is not aware of factionalized war pervading APGA family in the State.
“In political process there is beginning and end. Therefore, people have seen the end, but they refuse to believe. They cannot shortchange me. Prince Nwaka’s name is not registered in INEC. INEC has a lay down process through which it assesses winners of election. INEC registered those who won AGPA primaries under the leadership of Victor Umeh, national Chairman and Barr. Peter Ezeobi, Imo State chairman”. Capt. Ihenacho revealed.
The former Minister advised Imolites to disregard any publication masterminding by group or individual claiming to smear or suspending him Capt. Ihenacho from APGA or indicating that he is not the party’s guber candidate come 2015.
He noted that AGPA national body and INEC were present when the party conducted guber primary election on 8th December, 2014 where he emerged victorious.