APC is Dead Under Oyegun - Suspended Deputy National Publicity Secretary, Timi Frank

Timi Frank, former deputy spokesman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), says the ruling party 'is dead' but not 'yet buried.'
Timi Frank
In a statement released on Sunday in Abuja, the suspended Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Timi Frank, said that he had been vindicated by the recent comments credited to Atiku Abubakar and Bukola Saraki, over the happenings in the party.
Frank commended the two men for summoning the courage to speak out against what he described as “undemocratic tendencies of the current National Working Committee led by Chief John Odigie-Oyegun” and declared that the APC “is dead but not yet buried under the current national chairman.”
He said further that the real lovers of the APC were the ones speaking out their minds having waited for two years without any improvement on the part of the working committee, and accused the working committee of “practically leading the party to destruction.”
While commending former Vice-President and the Senate President for speaking on the situation of the party, Frank said he was happy that leaders of the party are “now speaking out against the lack of internal democracy.”
Frank said, “I’m happy that some of our leaders are now speaking out against the lack of internal democracy I have been fighting for all this while.

“It is still not too late if others will shun sentiments and see reasons to quickly rescue the APC from the current handlers, who are merchants and without minds of their own.”
“Like I have been saying, Nigerians will now see the excesses of Chief Oyegun led NWC and how the supposed leaders are creating unnecessary crisis by taking sides practically in all state chapters of the federation.

“All what chief Oyegun led NWC has been doing were displaying of impunity.

“One will be forced to ask if Chief Oyegun has two party constitutions where he uses one for his own favour and the other against his perceived enemies?”
Frank also condemned the suspension of the APC Chairman in Bayelsa State by the NWC, saying the party leadership had committed what he described as an unforgivable error against the constitution of the party.
He said, “If there are allegations against the state party chairman, it is expected of the NWC to set up a panel of enquiry to investigate these allegations and give the chairman in question a fair hearing and not suspend like in this case.”

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