A stalwart of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Senator Nkechi Nwaogu has condemned fifth columnists over the reports of her implied resignation as member of the APC in Abia State.
The ex-federal lawmaker kept up with that she has not left the APC for another political party.
Senator Nwaogu, who was likewise the immediate past Pro-chancellor and Chairman of the Board Council of the Federal University of Calabar, Cross-River State, disproved this in a statement by her media aide, Kelechi Onyendi, on Thursday.
She explained that she had no expectation under whatever pretense to dump the APC for another party and that those nursing such a delusion were suffering dementia and schizophrenia.
Nwaogu who further flaunted that no one can push her out from the APC, described the insight about her implied resignation as a member of the party as a fantasy of the imagination of the writer.
He said, “while we do not want to dignify the backyard media man, we need to clarify the issues on ground and set the records straight for the avoidance of doubt.
“The factional Abia APC under Ikechi Emenike has decided to sideline Umunneator Ngwa extraction by giving both the senatorial and gubernatorial ticket to Umuahia. Senator Nkechi Nwaogu has not thought about defecting to any party but had condemned in totality the marginalization of Umunneator Ngwa under factional gubernatorial candidate, Ikechi Emenike.
“Nobody can push Senator Nkechi Nwaogu out of APC. Anyone thinking that she can quit from our party is hallucinating. She will be the one to chase them out from APC, because they have nothing to offer. We shall see who will laugh last”.
On the issue of the 2023 governorship election, Senator Nwaogu reproved the electorates in Abia State to decide in favor of a credible and transparent candidate who will position Abia “to become a State of our desire.”
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