July 14, 2024

APC accepts resignation of Vice Chairman

The Edo State chapter of the All Progressives Congress, APC, said it has accepted the resignation of its former Vice Chairman, Chief Francis Inegbeneki from the party.

DAILY POST reports that the immediate past State Vice Chairman of the party had on Friday, June 7, 2024, tendered his resignation letter to the Ward 9, chairman of the party at Opoji in Esan Central Local Government Area of the state.

Inegbeneki, who also withdrew his membership from the party, cited recent developments in the local and the State chapters of the party as reason for his resignation.

A statement by the state chairman of the party, Jarrett Tenebe, made available to newsmen in Benin City said the party respect the decision of its former state vice chairman and wished him well in his future political endeavours.

Tenebe, who said Inegbeneki has been a loyal and dedicated member of APC since its inception, added that, he (Inegbeneki) worked tirelessly to promote the ideals of the party and advanced the interests of members and supporters across the state.

According to him, his contributions to the growth and development of the party cannot be overstated, and we are grateful for the time he spent with us.

He, however, called on all APC members and supporters in and outside Edo to remain steadfast and committed to the party’s cause.

“We must work together to mobilize our communities, engage with our fellow citizens, and spread the message of hope and change that the APC represents

“We must now look forward to the future and focus our efforts on the task of liberating Edo State from the ineffective government of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, government, ” he said.

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