Peter Ezeobi, the state Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), has formerly declared that Chief Martin Agbaso is not a member of APGA, and cannot be the chairman either.
By this, Ezeobi has distanced the state chapter of the party from judgment of
the Enugu State High Court which declared Chief Martins Agbaso as the
national chairman of the party.
Ezeobi said he (Agbaso) was not a member of the party, having earlier
defected to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and is yet to officially
return to the party.
He said this yesterday while
reacting to the judgment of the court and said Victor Oye remains the only
authentic national chairman of APGA.
He further stated that Chief Agbaso was a member of the party until he left
the party for PDP in 2015 where he has contested for the gubernatorial
primaries of the party. He said since he left, there was no record that
he had officially returned.
“It was a rude shock for the Imo State branch of APGA to hear in the
news that a court of competent reckoning in this country announced his
name as the national chairman of a party he is no longer a member,’’ he