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Imo state working committee of the All Progressives Congress APC last Tuesday night went on fire as the state principal officers threw different degrees of banter at each other over the poor management of the party's affairs.

Imo state working committee of the All Progressives Congress APC last Tuesday night went on fire as the state principal officers threw different degrees of banter at each other over the poor management of the party's affairs.

They also expressed disgust on the sharing processes of the election proceeds which has nearly ruined every segment of the party at all levels.
According to an inside source, trouble ensued when the state chairman of the party Chief Hillary Eke was urged by the stakeholders to give account of his stewardship since during and after the elections. However it was gathered that the stakeholders expressed reservations. Thereafter the local government chairmen of the party complained that some of them were avoiding  calls or hiding from their ward chairmen over the payment of their promised stipend which they said that the governor had since long approved but they lacked the courage or not forceful to claim the cash.
Also at the meeting the members unanimously admitted that there was what they called lost of love amongst the party leaders at the state level which has consequently caused discord and low spirit in the party, stressing that the party was gradually depreciating abysmally.
It was further gathered that the problem escalated more when one of the state officers was said to have diverted N2m approved for the state officers to himself, an allegation which made him almost fight publicly at the meeting. On hearing the officer's name his friends immediately contacted him on phone and he stormed the venue of the meeting,  he opened up on the ill traverse in the party and the management which won him sympathy. However, they blamed the governor for mismanaging the party unilaterally as if it is a private industry.

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