The Chaiman, All Progressives Congress (APC) Appeal Panel for the last Saturday state congress in Kwara state, Osita Egwuatu, has confirmed that all went well with the conduct of the congress in the state.
Egwuatu, who briefed journalists on Wednesday at the end of the committee’s assignment in the state, also denied allegations that his committee was camped by the state government to prevent aggrieved party members from accessing them to make their complaints.
The panel’s chairman disclosed that as at the time of winding up the committee’s activities, there was neither a petition nor protest from any quarter to warrant an investigation.
On the allegation that the state government camped them somewhere, Egwuta said, “Go and tell them, we have been here for three days, this is the party secretariat and we are supposed to be here, we even pasted the information about our activities on the secretariat board, and we are here in the party secretariat, so how could we have been camped? The fact that they make such a claim means that they acknowledge we were here. We have not received any petition up till now so it is sufficient to say that all went well in this state”.
Asked who is the authentic APC chairman in the state, Egwuatu, flanked by the two other members of the committee, Jafar Alhassan and Raji Akin-Akingbulugbe, said the details are contained in his report which are yet to be submitted to the party’s national body.
He, however, said the committee held its assignment at the only known APC secretariat along Agba road, GRA, Ilorin.
The aforementioned APC secretariat is being occupied by the Hon. Ishola Balogun – Fulani led executive of the party.
Egwuatu, disclosed that as at the time of winding up its activities, there was neither a petition nor protest from any quarter to warrant an investigation.