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Amb. Sam Nkire infusing disaffection within Abia South APC, Adiaso blows hot



A chieftain of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Abia state Chief Chamberline Adiaso has accused Amb. Sam Nkire of attempting to infuse dissatisfaction among members of the party in Abia South, urging members not to honour what he called a private meetings summoned by Amb. Nkire.

In a statement signed by the SA Media, Nuel Chibuike to the gubernatorial aspirant, Chamberline Adiaso also accused Amb. Nkire of meddlesomeness with affairs of Abia APC, having announced his defection to rAPC led by Alh. Buba Galadima, for what Adiaso attributed to non circulation of funds in APC.

“As a then member of APC , he has always guised himself as leader in our meetings. And we assumed so. We were however, disappointed but not surprised when he announced that he has decamped to rAPC.

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“Disappointed because we expected more from him, but not surprise because only men of great vision and integrity stand the test of time.

“As bad as it may we gathered that he defected to *rAPC* due to the non circulation of funds in *APC* as a party.

“Chief Sam Nkire is an rAPC member which is led by Alh. Buba Galadima and from what I have gathered so far, He is making deliberate attempt to infuse disaffection within the APC members of the Abia South extractions” he accused Amb. Nkire.

He vowed not to honour an invitation extended to him by Amb. Sam Nkire, advising Amb. Nkire to display wisdom and show of knowledge as an elder in the handling of his political believes.

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The governorship hopeful also urged members of the party in Abia South who have received that same invitations to jettison the idea of having such private meetings with Amb. Nkire in the bid to discuss APC affairs.



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