APGA Pulls Out Of Lagos APC



APGA Pulls Out Of Lagos, The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Lagos State says it has pulled out of the merger with the  All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state. This was disclosed by the chairman of the party in the state Prince Adesina Olayokun, who led a faction of the party out of the All Progressives Congress (APC) back into APGA. In a statement issued in Lagos at the weekend after a meeting of the group, the APGA chairman said he and over 2,000 other members of APGA in Lagos State were dumping APC to return to their party following series of unfulfilled promises by APC leadership at the peak of the merger of the three political parties that metamorphosed into APC.

APC, Olayokun stated that the APC leadership in Lagos State failed to allow a level-playing ground for all members of the merger political parties in all the APC congresses from the ward to state levels, and also failed to allocate positions to their members in fulfilment of promises made to them prior to the merger.The group explained that they were fully back to the APGA fold under the leadership of the National Chairman, Chief Victor Umeh, and the National Secretary, Dr. Sanni Shinkafi.

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