There is a blending emergency inside the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Ondo State, as a few individuals from the state official board have passed a no confidence vote on the chairman, Isaacs Kekemeke.
An announcement by the Publicity Secretary, Abayomi Adesanya, on Thursday, said the chairman had not been discharging his obligations fittingly.
This won’t be the first run through a no confidence vote was passed on the chairman, the first being in August a year ago amid the development to the emergency which went to the APC governorship primaries.
Mr. Kekemeke was blamed for conflicting with the enthusiasm of the then applicant Rotimi Akeredolu amid the primaries and had been pushed aside since the climb of Mr. Akeredolu as governor.
“The State Executive Committee of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ondo State, on this day, June 1st, 2017, unanimously passed a vote of no confidence on the State Chairman, Hon. Isaacs Kekemeke, for failing to discharge his responsibilities, neglect and dereliction of duty, among other offenses, in compliance with ARTICLE 21(D)(vi), of the Constitution of the APC, (October 2014 as amended),” the announcement said.
The announcement additionally said a three-member “fact finding disciplinary panel” had been set up to examine the “previous” chairman.
It said while Mr. Kekekeme stayed under scrutiny, his deputy, Ade Adetimehin, was consistently gone about as chairman of the party in the state.
As indicated by the announcement, Mr. Adetimehin will go about as chairman until the report of the test board of trustees is submitted.
Individuals from the council are Abayomi Adesanya, administrator; Rasheed Badmus, part; and Saka Yusuf-Ogunleye as Secretary.