BREAKING: APC NEC Expels Hilliard Eta, Dissolves States And Zonal Structures

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

The National Executive Committee (NEC), of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has expelled it’s former National Vice Chairman, South South, Hilliard Eta.

The NEC approved the expulsion of Eta for not withdrawing the court case instituted against the Mala Buni-led caretaker committee.

The NEC also dissolved all States and regional structures in a meeting attended by President Muhammadu Buhari, his vice, Professor Yemi Osinbajo at the party’s secretariat on Tuesday in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.

Furthermore, the NEC which had the heads of both chambers of the National Assembly in attendance, extended the tenure of the Mala Buni-led caretaker committee for another six months.

The 13-member committee was set up on June 25, following the dissolution of the National Working Committee led by its former Chairman, Adams Oshiomole following several court cases that created a leadership crisis.

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