The APC is in the post Adam Oshiomhole time as another overseer board of trustees is currently in control following the evacuation of the national director – As it plans to hold its national show, the decision party is looking for the most commendable up-and-comer that will fill the opening
The decision party was in June damaged by an initiative emergency after the suspension of Oshiomhole as maintained by the court, and two groups later developed
With Adam Oshiomhole off the beaten path, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has started looking for another national executive. The gathering has four months to get a commendable competitor who will fill the situation at its national show that is booked to hold in November.
The Nation reports that gathering sources have indicated that the new executive may rise up out of the south-east locale to conciliate those from the zone who feel underestimated.
There are signs that the south-south may have missed out in the offered to hold the chairmanship position as it has created two national executives of the gathering, to be specific Chief John Odigie-Oyegun (South-South) and Comrade Adam Oshiomhole (South-South). On head of the rundown of those from the south-east being suggested by certain governors is Senator Ken Nnamani, a previous leader of the Senate. Nnamani is an individual from the Caretaker Committee of the gathering.
The APC has been entangled in an authority emergency following the expulsion of Oshiomhole as national director.