APGA Crisis: I’ll Expose Bianca Ojukwu, Gov Obi -Umeh

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The last may not
have been heard about the death of late Ezeigbo Gburugburu, Dim Chukwuemeka
Odumegwu Ojukwu as the National Chairman of APGA and close confidant of the
departed leader, Chief Victor Umeh has vowed to tell the world all he knows
about his death. Umeh who was visibly angry while briefing newsmen yesterday in
Enugu over a recent claim that himself and Governor Rochas Okorocha shunned a
peace meeting held recently in Awka blamed both Governor Obi and Mrs. Bianca
Ojukwu for the problem in APGA.

The APGA chairman
who saw the claims as an attempt to portray himself and the Imo State governor
to the public as those who do not want peace in the party said, the time was
ripe to expose the activities of those involved to the public. Umeh who claimed
that the late Igbo leader suffered heart attack as a result of pressure from
some quarters, vowed to expose everything he knows about Ojukwu’s illness and
death once the one year remembrance of Ojukwu was done with on November 26.

“Let November 26
come and go and I will expose all of their activities as they claim to be
upholding the ideals of Ojukwu. “The way things are going, very soon I will
start granting interviews again to put things in proper perspective both for
Mrs. Bianca Ojukwu, Governor Peter Obi, Dr. Tim Menakaya; all of them that are
destroying this party now; I will come back to the public with their
activities; with details one after the other so that people will know what they
are doing; It’s time for me to expose everybody now; that time has come. “I
take no blame for what is happening; if there is any reconciliatory meeting,
any meeting where the progress of APGA will be discussed, that meeting should
be properly convened; people should be properly invited and notified, I will be
the first person to be there. “Because one after the other, I will look into
their faces and tell them what they have been doing, which I have refused to
tell the public. On the meeting, which he was reported to have shunned, the
APGA boss said he was surprised to read that a text message was sent notifying
him of the meeting:
“I wish to state
unequivocally that nobody sent me any text inviting me to any meeting at Awka
for the purpose of pursuing reconciliation in APGA. Umeh who said he travelled
to London on the November 2 to attend the convention of the United Kingdom’s
chapter of APGA and for the celebration of Ojukwu’s birthday in Oxford said
there was no indication of such a meeting anywhere before he travelled. “I was
therefore shocked when I returned to read that I shunned an invitation for
reconciliation; nothing can be further from the truth.
“I investigated
into this and was told that when I traveled, Governor Peter Obi on November 3
sent text messages inviting people to a stakeholders meeting at Awka on Tuesday
November 6; I was also shown a text message sent to Governor Obi by Chief Chris
Ejike Uche the APGA Deputy National Chairman, South, informing him that he
should shift the meeting to Tuesday November 13, 2012 because, both myself and
Governor Okorocha had travelled to London and would come back on the 8th of
November; he went further to say that the meeting was sudden and there was need
for both myself and the Imo State governor to be in attendance.
Source: Sun

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