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Southeast members of the rulling All Progressives Congress in the federal capital territory, Abuja, have unanimously passed a vote of confidence on the leadership of the forum under Chief Samuel Okechukwu Agu.

The confidence vote was passed by members of the forum across the Six Area Councils of the territory during their meeting in Gwagwalada over the weekend.

Pictorials from the meeting 

The vote of confidence on Chief Agu led administration was as a result of a letter signed by the former vice Chairman of Abuja municipal area Council, Mr. Lawrence Onochukwu claiming that Chief Samuel Okechukwu Agu was removed as FCT Chairman of the forum.

The unanimous decision of members of the forum affirmed that Chief Agu remains the authentic FCT Chairman of the APC South-East forum and advised anyone claiming otherwise to desist henceforth.

They said Agu’s enormous efforts in projecting activities of the party before, during and after elections in the territory earned him their support.

According to them, the rumour in circulation that Agu has been removed was false, and is aimed at misleading other members of APC especially in FCT, who are not familiar with the development.

Matthew Orji, member of the forum and Senior Special Assistant on Religious Matters to the chairman Gwagwalada Area Council, said the vote of confidence will prove the ability of Chief Agu in leading supporters of the party.

“This is clear manifestation of Agu’s enormous effort to projecting APC well for South East members in the Federal Capital Territory” he said.

The Chairman, Chief Okechukwu Agu Speaking

Reacting to the development, Chief Okechukwu Agu who could not hide his joy over the solidarity, appreciated members for their support, describing it as a result of his Open door policy since he became the leader.

Agu promised that the doors of the FCT APC South-East forum will continue to remain wide open for new members especially to those who went to other political parties before the general elections.


Agu, also urged the leadership of the Federal Capital Territory under the present Minister, Nyesom Wike and other stakeholders to consider the forum when the need arises for appointments and ensure that any slot for the forum gets to the right people.

Speaking with journalists shortly after the meeting, some of the Area Council Chairmen bared their minds on the leadership of Mr. Agu and promised to garner more support for him to succeed.


They however extolled the administration of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and assured of the forum’s partnership for a better and prosperous Nigeria.

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