National Chairman of Nigeria’s ruling party, APC, Adams Oshiomhole

A former Secretary to the Enugu State Government, Onyemuche Nnamani, has been expelled by the All Progressives Congress (APC).

This was made known by the Enugu State chairman of the party, Ben Nwoye.

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Nnamani was accused of contravening article 21 of the APC Constitution.

Concise News gathered that the former SSG had filed a suit before an FCT High Court, with NO 04/ 2765/18, against the party and its National Vice Chairman, Southeast, Emma Enuekwu.

He, in the said suit, alleged that Eneukwu was not qualified to run for the position during the party’s last elective convention.

According to him, the Vice chairman neither resigned from his position nor got a waiver from the party.

However, while addressing journalists on Sunday, Nwoye said Eneukwu got relevant waivers from the ward to the national level, just like every other executive member of the party at various levels.

He said having violated relevant sections of the APC Constitution, “this means that Onyemuche Nnamani has expelled himself from the party, by filling a case against the party and against an officer of the party.”