Ondo APC disowns Kekemeke, says removal followed due process

By Samuel Faleye, Akure

The Ondo State chapter of the All Progressives Congress in reiterated that its embattled chairman, Mr Isaacs Kekemeke is no longer in charge of the party in the State.

According to a statement signed by the Publicity Secretary of the Ondo APC, Mr. Abayomi Adesanya obtained by BLACKFACE on Monday,  a vote of ‘No Confidence’ was passed on him by two-third majority of the State Executives Committee (SEC).

Adesanya in the statement  made available to journalists in Akure, the State capital on Monday maintained that due process was followed, in accordance with the spirits and letters of the Party’s Constitution (Article 21) in removing the former Chairman from office.

“The Party further quoted Article 17 of the APC Constitution (October 2014 as amended) on tenure of Office;

“Article 17(v) which states that, subject to ratification by the National Convention or Congress, an Officer shall be relieved of his post at any time if a vote of ‘No Confidence’ is passed on him by two-third of members of the relevant Party organ” and;

“Article 17(vi) says, pursuant to this Constitution, where a vote of ‘No Confidence’ has been passed on an Officer, the relevant Party organ shall appoint another person to act in his place pending ratification by the National Convention or Congress”.

The Party therefore presents Engr. Ade Adetimehin as the acting Chairman of APC in Ondo State and advised the general public, security agencies, Banks/Financial institutions and members of the Party, to stop relating with Mr. Isaacs Kekemeke, in the capacity of his former office.

We therefore direct the former Chairman, Hon. Isaacs Kekemeke to submit all Party’s properties in his possession to the State Secretary of the Party or the nearest police station forthwith as we wish him good luck in all his future endeavors, the statement reads.

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