IPAC General Assembly impeaches Igara, Suspends others over Alleged Misconduct.

The general assembly of inter party advisory council, IPAC, in Abia State has impeached their chairman, Ceekay Igara and sworn in his deputy, Comrade Victor Umunna of Allied Peoples Movement (APM) as the new chairman of IPAC Abia state chapter.
They also suspended the former secretary, Mr Tony Orji of Action Alliance and the organizing and welfare officer ,Mr Uzodinma Nwoko of Young progressive Party from their respective Offices for period of six Months.
The impeachment of Igara and suspension of others were contained in a communique issued by the general Assembly meeting held on Tuesday 24th, August, 2021 after reviewing Igara and other executive’s performance elected on January, 6th 2021.
The communique signed by Victor Umunna (APM), Joseph Ulu (NRM), Honourable Donatus Nwankpa (APC), Reverend Augustine Ehiemere (APGA ) among others, said the IPAC’s Chairman, Ceekay Igara through his actions and inactions, contravened the IPAC code of conduct therein, the General Assembly Leveragin on its powers unanimously pass vote of no confidence on the chairman Ceekay Igara.
They passed vote of no confidence on Ceekay Igara because of alleged Embezzlement of funds, Fraudulent activities, High handedness, Inability to call for general Assembly meeting after 5 months of election as against the stipulated three months time frame, Assignment of other executive roles to himself, thereby undermining the functions of other elected officers and Mismanagement and misappropriation of IPAC funds.
The general Assembly however frowned at the total absence of leadership, inordinate ambitions of the chairman, otherwise seen as self aggrandizement, tyranny, disloyalty, and outright undermining the goals and visions of IPAC following banditry, kidnapping as well as general insecurity in the state. 
Having observed the above offences committed by Ceekay Igara, the general assembly added that the Chairman contravened the provision of IPAC code of conduct.
Meanwhile, information reaching National Watch shows that not all the state party chairmen were consulted before the communiques was drafted.

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