Concise News understands that the youth wing of the Igbo apex socio-cultural group, also frowned at Oye’s decision to declare that the national leadership of APGA will remain in Anambra after his tenure.
According to a statement, the Ohanaeze noted that “the current proclamation of Victor Oye is at variance with the Party’s slogan “Onye aghala Nwanneya (Be your brother’s keeper), which Victor Oye has now changed to “Nka bu nke Anyi” (meaning this is our own).
“Does it truly mean that this party formed by Igbos are now the sole property of Anambra people or does it means that other Igbos and Nigerians who had paid the price to build APGA are now slaves to Anambra State?”
It noted that “APGA also stands the risk of losing Anambra guber election, as we will raise the consciousness of Nigerians and Igbos that there’s evil conspiracy in APGA, as witnessed in the last elections where they sold the party tickets to the highest bidder, which resulted into some people referring to APGA as ‘Anambra ATM card against Nigerians and Igbos’.
“We call for the re-zoning of the National Chairman of APGA. We beg all and sundry in APGA to resist this evil conspiracy or face the wrath of the Igbo nation.
“We will not allow any form of political slavery in the South; Gov Obiano should intervene or decamp to another party.”