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IPAC urges Otu to replace SA Inter-Party Affairs on Women Affairs with its member

The Cross River State chapter of the Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC), has urged Governor Bassey Otu to replace the Special Adviser on Inter-Party Affairs on Women Affairs, Hon. Nkoyo Otu, with its member.

This was disclosed in a six-point resolution drawn by an enlarged general meeting of the group, held on Wednesday, 12th June, to mark the 2024 Democracy Day, and chaired by the State Chairman of IPAC, Engr. Effiom Okon.

The group kicked against working with Hon. Otu, and requested a statutory Special Adviser on Inter-Party Affairs.

It added, “Our observation is that the Chief Press Secretary (CPS) to the State Governor, Mr Nsa Gill, was appointed from NUJ as well and the the Special Adviser on Labour was also appointed from the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) because every organisation understands its dynamics, and uses that to their advantage to communicate if need be.

“We appeal that IPAC should not be an exception. Our appeal is that an SA Inter-Party Affairs should be appointed from amongst our party leaders.

“Nkoyo Otu lacks the capacity and experience to lead political parties having not been a party chairman.

“The period she interfaced with our women leaders, we got reports that she invited them against party leadership.”

Efforts to get Hon. Otu to react to the issue were unsuccessful as her telephone line was switched off at the time of filing this report.


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