Imo state members of the Action Alliance (AA) in the House of Representatives have decamped to the All Progressives Congress (APC). The two lawmakers are Hon. Pascal Obi and Hon. Kingsley Chuma.
Current political development in Imo state reveals that both Uzodinma and Okorocha have closed ranks following the outcome of the Supreme Court judgement that declared the former as the governor of Imo state. Continue reading “Breaking: IMO AA reps defect to APC”
Imo: The state chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Charles Ezekwem, has dumped the party, PDP.
In a resignation letter released on Monday in Owerri, the chairman, Ezekwem said his decision to abandon PDP, was based on the approval of his supporters and the prevailing circumstances facing his party. Continue reading “State chairman, Imo PDP dumps party”
PDP candidate and former Gov. Emeka Ihedioha has gone back to the supreme court seeking to be returned as the duly elected Governor of Imo State, he approached the Apex Court on Thursday based on the following reasons: Continue reading “Imo: Ihedioha asks supreme court to review judgement”
Nine lawmakers of the Imo State House of Assembly, on Tuesday, defected to the All Progressives Congress from Peoples Democratic Party, All Progressives Grand Alliance, and Action Action.
The lawmakers who defected are; Authur Egwim (Ideato North) from AA to APC; Chyna Iwuanyanwu(Nwangele), PDP; Continue reading “News: 9 Imo lawmakers join the APC.”
By Tonnie Iredia
It is no longer news that in line with last week’s decision of the Supreme Court, Senator Hope Uzodinma is now the Imo State governor.
Having decided that the exclusion of certain votes in his favour during the collation of votes at the last governorship election in the state was illegal, the Apex Court went ahead to add the said votes which saw to the victory of the new governor. Continue reading “Opinion: Ihedioha can still be governor”