Stop creating confusion in Benue APC – Zone C Youths tell Onjeh, Omakolo


The leadership of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Benue South Senatorial District, otherwise known as Zone C, has called on Daniel Onjeh, the party’s senatorial candidate in the 2023 election and Benjamin Omakolo to stop creating confusion in the party.

Recall that Onjeh had written a petition against the Benue APC chairman, Austin Agada, citing alleged anti-party activities during the 2023 election.

Also, Omakolo is currently claiming to be the chairman of the party, despite a court order recognizing Agada as the authentic chairman.

Reacting to the development on Wednesday at a press conference, the zonal youth leaders passed a vote of confidence on the Agada-led state executive committee of the party.

The Zonal Youth Leader, Christopher Ogbole, urged Onjeh and Omakolo to close ranks with Agada for the progress of the ruling party.

He said, “In the vibrant political landscape of Benue South Zone C, the All Progressives Congress, APC, Youth leadership proudly stands behind the Benue State APC Chairman, Comrade Austin Agada, recognizing his exceptional leadership qualities that have positively impacted the lives of the youth and communities under his influence.

“Comrade Agada’s commitment to youth inclusion and empowerment is unparalleled, as evident in his remarkable efforts to engage and uplift the younger generation. His personal touch with friends and widows showcases a leader who goes beyond politics, embodying empathy and compassion.

“The APC Youth Leaders, under my leadership as the zonal youth leader in South Zone C, proudly extend a vote of confidence to Comrade Austin Agada, urging him to continue his commendable efforts for the betterment of the community. His transformative leadership has set a precedent, bringing about unprecedented development in the history of local politics.

“Additionally, the APC Youth leadership calls on individuals such as Comr. Daniel Onjeh, Benjamin Omakolo, and their associates to cease creating crises in the zone, emphasizing the need for unity to fully harness the democratic gains achieved as a people.”

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