The All Progressive Congress, APC, Imo State chapter has expelled Governor Hope Uzodinma from party over alleged anti-party activities.
The factional chairman, Daniel Nwafor, told reporters on Thursday at the party’s secretariat in Owerri, the state capital, said the Governor Uzodinma was expelled on the basis of alleged inordinate and anti-party activities.
He accused governor Uzodinma of running a parallel executive, as well as working with a senatorial candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), instead of Rochas Okorocha, who is contesting for a senatorial seat on the l platform.
Nwafor said, “Senator Hope Uzodinma has been sponsoring the All Progressives Grand Alliance Senatorial candidate, Senator Osita Izunaso, instead of the APC Senatorial candidate in Imo West, Governor Rochas Okorocha.
A statement signed by the Imo APC Chairman and the Secretary, Obioma Ireagwu, read: “This is to inform you that the All Progressives Congress, Omuma Ward of Oru East Local Government Area in Imo State, has expelled Senator Hope Uzodinma from the party due to certain inordinate and anti-party activities perpetrated by him and his cohorts.
“The Imo State Working Committee of our great party has examined the processes and procedures of the sanction on Senator Hope Uzodinma by his Ward as affirmed by the Local Government organ of the party in Oru East.
“Conclusively, the State Working Committee satisfied with the procedures and decision of Omuma Ward, hereby affirms the expulsion order as well.”