Raymond Ozoji, Awka
Anambra state former commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development Chief Godson Chukwuma Ezenagu has tasked the leadership of the All Progressives Grand Alliance not to honour those he described as Gate-crashers who jumped into the party because of the 2019 elections.
Ezenagu, who is currently gunning for the Awka-North and South Federal Constituency seat on the platform of APGA, cautioned the party to be discreet in its actions and decisions as some people helped to build and nurture the party from the cradle.
The former commissioner said APGA should honour those who had been steadfast as well as stood by the party when the ships were down.
Ezenagu, who spoke with journalists in Awka on Thursday, emphasised that APGA constitution stipulated that if one was not up to 18 months in the party, one would not vie for any election on the platform of the party.
He also explained that from all indications, APGA might not be able to give waivers, pointing out that those who were not up to 18 months old in the party should wait as the waiver card was not near at all.
According to him, some people said if they had premonition, they wouldn’t have bought forms as some of them were barely two or three months old in the APGA.
He said the state governor had said that any aspirant caught with thugs would be shown the exit and that sharing of money would not be allowed at the APGA Primaries, adding that the governor’s riot act had encouraged and boosted the morale of the people for the primary elections.