BREAKING: My signature was forged, APC denies suspending Rochas Okorocha


The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has disputed that former Imo Governor Senator Rochas Okorocha has been suspended for alleged “anti-party conduct.”

The alleged letter of suspension issued to Okorocha was falsified, according to the report.

Governor Mai Mala Buni, APC Caretaker Chairman, and Senator John Akpanudoehede, APC Secretary, allegedly signed the letter.

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On Tuesday, many media outlets reported that Okorocha had been suspended by the APC for alleged anti-party conduct.

Senator Akpanudoehede, the APC Secretary, responded to the news by telling The Nation that the letter was a forgery.

“This letter is a forgery. It has nothing to do with us (APC). It was my signature that was fabricated. “That letter’s signature is a copy and paste job,” Akpanuduoehede affirmed .


“Re: Notification of your suspension from the All Progressives Congress (APC) for gross anti-party behaviour,” according to the claimed two-page letter with reference number APC/NHDQ/SP/19/022/41 dated July 12, 2021.

Senator Ifeanyi Araraume, a former Imo governorship candidate, has disputed rumours that he joined the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

The report was false, according to a statement released by Ararume Destiny Group on Tuesday night.

It claimed that rumours that Senators Araraume and Rochas Okorocha had defected to the PDP as a result of their spat with Imo Governor, Senator Hope Uzodinma, were false.

Those behind Araraume’s defection rumour, according to a statement signed by Hon. Stanley Nzekwe, are political opponents who are scared by his weight and influence in Imo politics.

Araraume would never leave the APC, according to the organisation, because he is “one of the party’s pioneer members and builders in Imo State.”


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