Timi Frank: APC is divided

Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressive Congress A.P.C, Timi Frank in an interview with journalists yesterday disclosed that APC is divided in two factions.

Meanwhile, the National Secretary of the party, Mai Mala Buni, last night dismissed the claims of Mr. Timi, saying: “The bogus and misleading allegations are unnecessary distractions to the party’s resolve to fully support the President Muhammadu Buhari administration deliver on the motley promises made by our great party to the electorate.”

Timi Frank , photo credit: vanguardngr

Frank, who was reacting to allegations that APC chieftain and former governor of Bayelsa State, Timipre Sylva “sold” the state’s ministerial slot to Sen. Heineken Lokpobiri, lamented the inability of the national leadership of the party to steer it from troubled waters.

He said: “I spoke in Bayelsa (about the impending crisis) but they did not take me seriously. Very soon, it (crisis) will happen at the national level too. If anyone tells you that there is no crisis in the national APC, it is a lie.

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“The party is now divided into two. The issue of the Senate president is still there and the party is not talking. So, there is crisis in the party. We have so much divisions and they are keeping quiet. If care is not taking, we are soon going to lose our popularity as a party.”

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Although he didn’t give identities of leaders of the two factions, information from a credible source understands that while the ACN, CPC and ANPP are largely doing things in common, the new PDP seems to be on its own.

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