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APC may no longer exist in 2023 – Okorocha

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The senator representing the Western District of Imo in the National Assembly, Rochas Okorocha, has expressed his fear that the All Progressives Congress, APC, may cease to exist when President Muhammadu Buhari leaves office in 2023.

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Latest Nigeria Newspaper report that The senator, who declared this while addressing journalists in Abuja on Tuesday, also regretted that his sacrifices to expand the APC membership base in the southeast were paid by the party in evil.

He said: “I’ve never thought about leaving the party, but what happens next will be determined by time.” “My only concern is that the party may disappear with the departure of President Buhari if the ongoing injustices are not addressed.

“Unlike other governors of the North who came to power with the name of Muhammadu Buhari, Buhari’s name had a negative effect on my campaign for the second term.

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“But I was determined to overcome that because I knew what we could win. In any case, the party paid me badly for good. There was no challenge that I did not face or bad name. They didn’t call me in my state.

Latest Nigeria Newspaper also report that They brought people who fought with me when I was building the party at the state level to fight for control of the party. I don’t want to talk about it, but my group didn’t treat me well. “