The founding father of the All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA, Chekwas Okorie, has recently opened up about the clouds of discontent that have hovered over the party for some time now.
As we know APGA has been hit with one crisis after another and for a while now people have been growing sceptical if it would remain intact or disintegrate into splinters.
Things really fell apart when the former National Chairman of the party, Senator Victor Umeh (above) , gave it a lot of bad press when he openly accused the current party Chairman, Victor Oye (below) of swindling governorship aspirants from the party in Imo State of over N100m
They had been lured in with a false promise of securing them the governorship ticket of the party in 2019 Okorie claims.
Needless to say, this has caused a lot of internal squabbles as well as internal fights leading to the nullification of one Convention in a Delta High Court. Then there is the suspension of Alex Otti.
Okorie who is currently the National Chairman of the United Progressive Congress, UPP remains very critical of the current Party especially so of its current leaders whom he blasted by saying: "they will never know peace."
He also prophesized saying that they would continue to pay dearly for all the atrocities and injustices meted against those who made sacrifices for the formation of the party.
"Decamping to other political parties after conspiring to destroy the prospects for Igbo political resurgence and relevance through APGA, is not an escape from the merciless verdict of retributive justice” Okorie fumed promising that justice would come for the guilty sooner than later.