THE founding national chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief Chekwas Okorie, has described the electoral misfortunes suffered by the party in recent times, particularly the losses at Supreme Court, as being more spiritual than judicial.
The party, against hope, lost at the Supreme Court in cases involving its governorship candidates in Abia and Nasarawa states.
Okorie said it was nemesis that was catching up with the party after it was used to hurt those who were instrumental to setting it up.
Speaking exclusively with newsmen while responding to a question on whether he plans to join forces with the new chairman of the party, Ike Oye, to build the party, by possibly returning to the APGA fold, the founding chairman stated that the party had remained a cursed environment, adding that he said those who rushed to pick its ticket never knew they were running into a curse that could not be broken without restitution.
The former national chairman recalled the rate at which those who set up the party were stabbed in the back, noting that there was no way the party should expect justice after the hurt.
He further recalled how he tried to save the soul of the party from those he said hijacked it, and said that he warned that they were leaving behind a mere carcass of the party, by the time they eventually decided to dump the party.
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