Ehiemere, APGA’s Abia Chairman, Petitions IGP Over Invasion Of Party Secretariat By Former Chairman, Asks Members To Remain Calm

Ehiemere, APGA’s Abia Chairman, Petitions IGP Over Invasion Of Party Secretariat By Former Chairman, Asks Members To Remain Calm

Following the invasion of the secretariat of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Abia State last Tuesday, August 30, 2022, by an erstwhile Chairman of the party, Prince Nnanna Ukaegbu, the State Chairman of APGA) Rev Augustine Ehiemere, has petitioned the Inspector General of Police over the invasion of APGA’s Abia Secretariat by Prince Ukaegbu.

According to the petitioner, Prince Nnanna Ukaegbu’s action is criminal, adding that Ukaegbu broke into the secretariat and stole some party valuables, including computer sets, generator, television sets, vital documents and some reasonable money kept in the office of the State Chairman.

The petition reads “this is a case of criminal invasion of the APGA party Secretariat at Umuahia on 30/8/22. NNANNA UKAEGBU criminally broke into APGA PARTY SECRETARIAT in Umuahia on 30-8-22 and stole some party valuables, including computer sets, generator, television sets, vital documents and some reasonable money kept in the office by Rev. Augustine Ehiemere.

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“We enjoin all APGA faithful in Abia State to remain calm as the imposter and ‘criminal’ called NNANNA UKAEGBU will be visited by the laws of the land as nobody is above the law.

Rev. Ehiemere also enjoined “all good spirited Abians and party loyalists not to despair by the evil activities of NNANNA UKAEGBU which is the handiwork of enemies of the party who are working very hard to distract the party in its course to win the forthcoming 2023 elections in Abia State”.

Uche Nwosu is a two time Shell Petroleum PLC award winner in the year 2000;
He won the Shell Award on Investigative Journalism and Environmental Cleanliness.

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