The crisis rocking the Abia State chapter of the Accord Party is threatening not just the peace, but the continued existence of the party in the state as the two factional leaders of the party; Bishop Emeka Nwankpa and Hon. Emeka Umah fight over who controls the structure of the party in the state.
Bishop Emeka Nwankpa, is the party’s governorship candidate in the March 18 governorship election, while Hon Emeka Umah is the state chairman of the party.
A source in the party who chose anonymity claimed that Bishop Nwankpa was attempting to hijack the party ‘through the backdoor’, an action the source attributed to the cause of the crisis rocking the state chapter of the party.
According to the source, the attampt by Bishop Nwankpa to hijack the party through the backdoor for his selfish gains was resisted by the leaders of the party at the state and national levels.
The source claimed that their 2023 governorship candidate has been using his money to recruit “his disciples to cause confusion in the party, but we are ready for him.”
It was gathered that crisis started brewing in th party after the poor performance of the part in the March 18 as both Bishop Emeka Nwankpa and Hon Emeka Umah fell apart .
Reports have it that Bishop Nwankpa accused Umah of financial impropriety and anti-party activities during the election.
Information gathered from party sources have it that the two factions are set to form their parallel executives, an action may feared could be the greatest undoing that could finally nail the peace of the party to a coffin.
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Efforts to reach the two factional leaders at the time of filing the report has yielded no fruit.