The All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) says the expulsion of Mr Nwobu Alor, Special Adviser to Anambra Governor and two other members of the party stand.
This is contained in a statement signed by Mr Bernard Akoma, National Publicity Secretary of the party, on Thursday in Abuja.
The party said it had taken a thorough review of the action taken by its executive in Anambra and came to the conclusion that they were in accordance with its constitution.
APGA said contrary to the denial by Nwobu Alor that he was not properly intimated by any disciplinary panel investigating any allegation against him, he was served with letters.
The statement said the other two members of the party confirmed that fact before the panel while defending themselves.
“The refusal of Nwobu Alor to respond to the invitation of the party was just one more piece of evidence of his disdain and insubordination to the constituted organs of the party,'' Akoma said.
He said the national leadership of the party viewed his recent attempt to reduce the weight of the action against him as mere struggle of a drowning person, desperate to hang on any available straw.
`` It is a public knowledge that a state congress of the party, elected the executive that conducted the delegate elections which nominated Gov. Peter Obi in Anambra governorship election in 2010.
``If no state executive exists in Anambra, as claimed, he Nwobu Alor will not have claimed before his expulsion, that he had dissolved a non existing state executive of the party.”
The national leadership of the party commended its state chapter in Anambra for being proactive.
It advised any member of the party “who does not want to conform to the laid down principles to step aside”. (NAN)