Stakeholders of the Enugu Chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) have stated that their party is not ready for the 2023 elections.
Stating the above after a meeting on Sunday in Enugu, the chieftains restated their decision to put in place a caretaker committee to oversee the activities of the party leading to the elections.
According to former Senate President, Ken Nnamani, the party does not seem to attract members because of the leadership style of its chairman, Ugochukwu Agballa.
“We feel the party is not going the way it should go. There is danger ahead as people are leaving our party.
“For only one person to contest our party’s gubernatorial primaries shows we are not attractive and most of our flag bearers are those most unlikely to win elections.
“Candidates of other parties have been coming to us to appeal for our support but ours are not coming", he stated.
Speaking also, former governor, Sullivan Chime called Agballa an "impostor" who is bent on destroying the APC in the state.
"It is strange that I do not know any candidate from House of Assembly to Senate from my constituency and zone.
“I do not know who our candidates are. For the governorship candidate, I am hearing it as a rumour though it happens to be the person I knew from a distance.
"The last time I saw him was during Gov. Chimaroke Nnamani’s administration. I have not seen him since he emerged", Chime said.