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John Odigie-Oyegun Timi Frank accuses APC chairman of corruption?

Timi Frank was suspended On November 4, 2016, following the recommendations of the APC disciplinary committee.

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Timi Frank, the suspended All Progressives Congress (APC) spokesman, has asked the party chairman, John Odigie-Oyegun to tell Nigerians what he did with the funds generated from sale of forms and membership registration.

This is coming as APC secretariat workers have threatened to go on strike over unpaid salaries.

According to Daily Post, Frank said the APC has not been able to pay its electricity bills.

He said “Non payment of staff salaries is a leadership problem in APC secretariat which I have been talking about.

“I will only appeal to the staff not to carry out their threat. It is on record that they have sacrificed a lot for the party right from the formation stage to where we are now. They should exercise patience because very soon a caring National Working Committee (NWC) leadership will emerge and all their complains will be adequately taken care of.

“We have to do this because it is clearly becoming an embarrassing situation for us that common electricity bill this party can no longer settle, not to talk of salaries.

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“How much is the staff wage bill? And what happened to the money realized from Bayelsa, Edo and Ondo governorship primaries?

“I have said this several times that as far as Chief Oyegun lacks capacity and long as he continues as our national chairman this kind of embarrassing report may be unavoidable to APC.”

Timi Frank was suspended On November 4, 2016, following the recommendations of the APC disciplinary committee.

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