Registered political parties disown Nwogba Morgan, cohorts, hail SA on Inter-party matters


By Victor Nwegede

Members of the 18 registered and recognised political parties in Nigeria by the nation's electoral umpire INEC, under the auspices of Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC) Ebonyi State Chapter under the leadership of Hon. Samuel Nchita has unanimously disowned one Morgan Nwogba and his cohorts who once served as Chairman of IPAC before his party was deregistered by INEC.

The IPAC Chairman in the state, Nchita Samuel made the disclosure on Saturday in Abakaliki, the state capital.

Nchita said that the decision to disown Nwogba and his cohorts by IPAC follows his sudden resurrection together with other INEC deregistered political parties to parade themselves as members of Inter Party Advisory Council, duping and deceiving unsuspecting members of the public, clannish activities detrimental to the peaceful co-existence of IPAC and thereby, constituting security threats to members of the public.

"We received with dismay the unfortunate, frivolous, and mischievous allegations leveled against the Special Assistant to the Governor on Inter-Party and Labour Matters Comr. (Mrs) Jennifer Adibe-Nwafor by one  Morgan Nwogba and his cohorts, blackmailing her to gain cheap favour using one petition to smear her position. 

"We state categoricallg that Nwogba Morgan and his cohorts are no longer members of IPAC as their political parties have been deregistered by the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) and should cease to masquerade themselves as IPAC members whom they are not as their parties have been deregistered. Parading themselves as political party chairmen only represent impersonation and deceit of the highest order. This is totally unacceptable and IPAC views Mr Nwogba's activities as breach of public peace.

The IPAC members urged "security agents in the state to take notice and clampdown on these  disgruntled elements marauding themselves and holding secret meetings in uncompleted buildings and beer parlours at late hours in the name of IPAC which they are not.

"This is important because their actions are  already constituting security threats and capable of breaching the fragile peace in the state following the recent protests that rocked the nation.

"The intrigue by Morgan Nwogba and cohorts to scuttle and dismantle the position of the SA on Inter Party And Labour Matters has further proved that their quest is borne out of greed, jelousy, envy, coveteousness, lascheviousness, greed and haters of excellent performances in office by the Honourable SA.

"We are rightly aware that the actions of the embattled Nwogba Morgan and his cohorts are not unconnected with the frustration of deregistration of their political parties by INEC.
"We therefore advise Morgan Nwogba and his cohorts to take their frustration to the institution that deregistered them or rather join another political parties that are recognised by the only electoral umpire in the country, INEC. 

"Comrade. (Mrs) Jennifer Adibe-Nwafor is a woman of strength, character and integrity, who has vowed to always tow the path of truth and will not succumb to the pressures coming from the deregistered party chairmen for her to accept illegality. She has been discharging her duties very creditably as SA on Inter party and Labour Matters, and has brought peace to IPAC without compromise seeking for.
We therefore urge the members of the public to disregard the lies and falsehood been peddled by Mr. Nwogba and his disgruntled elements.

"We counsel Morgan Nwogba and his accomplices to desist from feeding members of the public with falsehood, fabrications and fallacies before the law catches up with them.

"We, members of the registered and recognised political parties by INEC which represent the true IPAC in the state under the supervision of Comr. Mrs. Jennifer Adibe-Nwafor as the SA on Inter-Party hereby declare our total support , solidarity and pass vote of Confidence on Comr (Mrs) Jennifer Adibe-Nwafor and advise those hellbent on smearing ones image with unproductive petitions to get busy rather than running from pillar to post since INEC deregistered their political parties as their actions and inaction will not destabilize the relative peace in IPAC.

"We thank His Excellency, Engr.Chief David Nweze Umahi for appointing  Comr(Mrs) Jennifer Adibe-Nwafor  and reiterate IPAC support and solidarity to His Administration which has placed Ebonyi State on the world map through his massive infractural and human development..we salute your wisdom in choosing to champion the course our people, you meant well for the South East and the entire nation. We assure you of our continuous support and use the opportunity to thank you for providing level playing ground for all political parties to operate in the state..Your Excellency, wherever you go be assured of our unalloyed support."

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