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Action Alliance Warns Suspended Officials



The Action Alliance South West Caucus has frowned at the protracted leadership crisis in the party fuelled by nefarious activities of some selfish and greedy individuals who are bent on destroying the party.

In a release signed by Joshua Adewole and Olu Omotoso, South West chairman and secretary of the of the party respectively, the activities and shenanigans of the duo of Kenneth Udeze and James Vernimbe parading themselves as leaders of the party has resulted in stunting the growth of the party in the country.

According to Adewole, the activities of Kenneth Udeze and James Vernimbe, suspended National Chairman and Secretary respectively has negatively affected the image of the party.

He said: “It is sad that two suspended national officers, Kenneth Udeze and James Vernimbe have continued to engage in activities that potrays the party as a platform for husslers and desperadoes,he stated.

“The South West zone of Action Alliance met and condemn in strong terms the activities of Kenneth Udeze aimed at frustrating the party’s efforts from reclaiming the mandate given to our candidate in the last election. We are solidly behind Uche Nwosu in his bid to reclaim his mandate.

“We are also at a loss why INEC is dragging it’s foot in implementing resolutions of the National Think-Tank Comittee of the party, as ratified at a meeting in Abuja with INEC duly represented.

“We call on INEC to effect the directive at the meeting, in which both the national chairman and secretary were suspended without further delays as they are still parading themselves as party chairman and secretary respectively, even as they no longer have such mandate.

“It was at the meeting that the party picked Alhaji Mohammed Abubakar and Elly Moses as protem chairman and protem secretary respectively.

“The South West caucus rising from its meeting in Osogbo, the Osun state capitalon Friday, dissociated itself from the unilateral witbdrawal the Action Alliance case against the PDP on the last gubernatorial election in Imo state by Kenneth Udeze, the suspended national chairman of the party.

Adewole warned the suspended Udeze and Vernimbe to desist from impersonating legally recognized officials of the party henceforth, as failure to do so will leave the party with no other option than to take legal action against them. He insisted.