Timi Frank said he could manage the APC better than Oyegun if given the opportunity.
In a statement made available to Pulse on Tuesday, April 11, 2017, Frank described as shameful postponement of APC’s mini national convention under Oyegun’s watch.
"I have said it in the past that if I am given opportunity I can run APC better than Oyegun,” Frank announced.
“Oyegun’s leadership has failed. How can the National Working Committee (NWC) under him fixed a date for national convention when they knew they didn't have money? Who did they consult before thy picked that date? This is shameful, now they are coming back to reverse the date. It means they are not prepared.
"But if this National Convention does not hold, it means the NWC has breached the constitution of the party because the party law is very clear on when the convention should hold.
"Nobody will trust Chief Oyegun because of his mismanagement of party fund in the past and that is why our governors cannot release money for the party.
"Like before, I'm still warning that unless Chief Oyegun resign as APC national chairman, I don't think the party can progress with this present situation," he added.
Frank called on prominent members of the ruling party "who are still keeping quiet to speak up or else, the mismanagement might lead the party to unexpected end."
He recently advised the APC to learn from mistakes made by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Frank urged the APC not to ignore the problems which led to the PDP’s loss of the ruling party status in 2015.