The leadership of Action Aliance led by the National Chairman, Chief.Barr Kenneth Obidiche Udeze, National Vice Chairman, Solomon Oko, State Legal Adviser Barr.Modestus Ojini, and other members of the National Think Tank Committee (NTTC) have unanimously nominated Hon. Arthur Egwim as the minority leader of the IMHA.
National Chairman AA Chief Barr. Kenneth Udeze stated this in a release he issued on Saturday.
“This press release is in conformity with AA constitution 2005 as Amended.
In view of a letter from the National Secretariat of the Party addressed to the Speaker of IMHA duly endorsed by the National Chairman and National Secretary of the Action Aliance, we state that any contrary decision outside that of the National body of the party should be disregarded and considered AA an inconsequential biased recommendation made without without due process.
“May we use this opportunity to reaffirm AA commitment to the CUPP arrangement in forming Govt of National Unity (GNU) at the center and Govt of state Unity (GSU)) among the federating unit.
“The Party has resolved to discontinue from the Governorship Election tribunal going on in some state in Nigeria including IMO state, prior to events that led to the defection of the deputy governorship candidate of our great Party, RT Hon. Acho Ihim to PDP.
“Recent events and political permutation has clearly put the party in taking a position not to go through the process of issuing the necessary notices to INEC for Election/selection of deputy Governorship candidate to conduct or another party primaries.
“Action Aliance remain a Masses Party and shall continue to take crucial and strategic decision for the progress and good development of our dear country and (my Imo state) in particular.
“We as a party implore His Excellency to redeem the faith reposed on him by the good people of Imo state, for “an all inclusive governance” because the people of Imo will also be watching and will always console themselves with the next election.”