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The All Progressives Congress (APC) has urged Nigerians to ignore a letter purportedly suspending Sen. Rochas Okorocha, a former Imo governor, from the get together as faux.

Sen. John Akpanudoedehe, Nationwide Secretary, APC
Caretaker and Further-ordinary Conference Planning Committee (CECPC), made the decision in an announcement on Tuesday in Abuja.

He described the mentioned letter as faux and the handiwork of fifth columnists who have been ready to trigger disaster throughout the get together.

“It has come to the eye of the APC Nationwide Secretariat
{that a} faux letter of a purported suspension of Sen. Rochas Okorocha from the get together is circulating within the public area.

“Fifth columnists and forgers have clearly taken benefit of the unlucky and up to date leaks of our official correspondence with the Impartial Nationwide Electoral Fee (INEC).

“They now `copy and paste` cast signatures of the CECPC Chairman, Gov. Mai Mala Buni and Secretary on equally faux letters,” he mentioned.

Akpanudoedehe mentioned that the APC didn’t at the moment have a Nationwide Working Committee (NWC) as said within the faux letter.

He mentioned the get together had the CECPC which had been saddled with the mandate to reposition, unite and strengthen it.

The APC scribe known as on the discerning public to be cautious of fifth columnists and jobbers relentlessly scheming to make use of each alternative to stoke disaster within the get together and polity by means of faux information.

He additionally urged the media to at all times depend on its well-known and official communication and publicity channels to get correct info on the actions of the get together.

Akpanudoedehe suggested Nigerians to discountenance the faux letter, stressing that it was the figment of the creativeness of fifth columnists.

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