A chieftain of the party, Obinna Okafor, however, told The Guardian that there was a grand plot to derail the party and deny it the chance to reclaim the Anambra governorship seat it lost to APGA several years ago.
He maintained that he was certain that the governorship primary would go on today, saying: “The party has an avenue to appeal the judgment of the Federal High Court. Since the plan to stay the judgment was not granted, the party will definitely appeal and go on with the primary. What it means is that we have returned to the era it was left to the court to decide the fate of the party,” he added.
The APC, on its part, has maintained some level of sanity, despite its array of contestants. The hope is that the party would remain intact after today’s primary.
Responding to the allegation that the party might be fuelling crisis in other political parties to enable it win, its state Publicity Secretary, Okelo Madukaife, said: “We are paying attention now to the fine details of APC primary in Anambra, so that we will not fail like APGA, as we may not be able to find scape goats to pour the blame on.
“Part of responsibility to society is for political parties or any other corporate bodies to own up to their pitfalls and work to remediate them.” (The Guardian)
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