By Georgina Humphrey
The inter Party Advisory Council of Nigeria ,IPAC, says all actions carried out by the self imposed interim National Executives of IPAC, is illegal and unconstitutional.
This is contained in a communique at the General Assembly Council Meeting held in Abuja.
It explains that the group of persons are mere impersonators wanting to hijack IPAC for nefarious activities.
The statement says that the judgment affirms the subsistence of all State Executive members that were duly elected in the elections conducted by the 10th Assembly of the Inter Party Advisory Council of Nigeria 4th November, 2019 to 25th November, 2019.
“As a result all elected members are mandated to remain in office and continue to discharge their official responsibilities without fear or favour and in accordance with IPAC’s code of conduct.
The communique stresses that the position of the Council remains to be on the path of the law.
The Council maintains that any appointment or election conducted by the group led by the acting Chairman of AAC, Leonard Nzenwa, remains illegal and unconstitutional and cautions members who voluntarily chose to indulge them to do so at their own risks.
It also states that a seven member Committee was set up to check crisis rocking most of the political parties and the general agitation and protests in the country.
The statement says in addition the committee will investigate the sources and veracity of rumored plots of some organizations and persons with the dubious agenda to foist the one party system in Nigeria.
The Council also resolved to hold a joint session national executive meeting and the first On-line/virtual conference of All IPAC State Chairmen and Secretaries and the National Council.