The Adams Oshiomhole-led faction of the now-dissolved APC National Working Committee, NWC, has decided to approach a court of law to contest its dissolution by President Muhammadu Buhari and the National Executive Committee, NEC of the party.
The APC NEC had during an emergency virtual meeting agreed to dissolve the national leadership of the party, setting up a caretaker committee headed by the former National Secretary and current Governor of Yobe state, Mai Mala Buni.
An NWC member loyal to the Oshiomole faction told Sun that there is no provision of a Caretaker Committee in the constitution of the ruling party, insisting that they are infractions committed by the NEC with that decision
“We will soon issue statement but we have resolved to head to court for the legal interpretations of the decision of NEC especially as it concerns our dissolution.”
“Yes, we know that Oshiomhole has his faults, but with all the positive contributions he has made to reposition the party, won’t he have been given to honours of telling him to resign?” he queried.
However, the APC caretaker committee has fully taken control, re-opening the sealed party secretariat in Abuja and have begun reconciliatory moves.
© Culled from Sun