APC looses yet another of its member ahead of the 2019 election
In a developing news, the commissioner for energy and mineral resources in Lagos state, Olawale Oluwo, on Wednesday, December 5, announced his defection from the All Progressives Congress (APC).
In a resignation letter dated Wednesday, December 3, and addressed to the APC chairman in Lagos state, Oluwo claimed that the party’s primary election held in October was characterised by voter disenfranchisement, undue influence, violence, and intimidation to members among other activities that violate the electoral law.
Oluwo said the party lacks integrity and blamed his decision to decamp on the outcome of the controversial primary election, Channels TV reports. The commissioner is one out of many members of the ruling party who have resigned and called the party out over the October 2018 controversial primaries.
A copy of the letter is as seen below:
In all of this still, there are still rumours that four APC governors, a minister, and a former senior official of the party are set to decamp to the Action Alliance (AA) come 2019 General Elections