The protracted headship issue affecting of the All Progressives Congress (APC) is due to the party not assessing the characters of those who vied for leadership positions in 2014 at the point of the formation of the executive arm of the party.
The former secretary in Enugu State, Maj. Gen. Chris Ezeh (rtd), made the assertion on Wednesday, adding that persons inaugurated as executives in the state were not well acquainted with each other before their swearing in.
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Ezeh, who is also Nigeria’s High Commissioner to India told DailyPost that: “it was only after the executive was constituted that we began to know ourselves in details and the individual characters.
“But because the Party is going along with its constitution, it is when the next elective congresses come around in 2018 that the members of the Party, having known who is who, will be a little bit more discriminatory when certain individuals bring themselves up for election into executive positions.”