APC Accuses Former Senate President, Ken Nnamani Of Displaying Anti-Party Tendencies

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The Enugu State chapter of the All Progressives Congress, (APC) has accused former Senate President, Ken Nnamani, of displaying anti-party tendencies, Njenje Media News reports.

Despite his claims of rejigging the party, the former lawmaker was accused of being APC in the day and PDP at night.

The party spoke in reply to Nnamani’s recent statement that he was committed to putting the APC into winning ways in Enugu State.

Nnamani had, during a meeting with the APC Ward Congress Appeal Panel, in Enugu, on Friday, said he was ashamed that the party was not winning elections in the state.

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