APC National Chairmanship: Oshiomhole’s last challenger steps down

Former Governor Adams Oshiomole
APC Chairman, Adams Oshiomole

The last challenger to Adams Oshiomhole for the position of national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has stepped down.

Clement Ebri announced his decision to withdraw from the race in a public statement.

PREMIUM TIMES reported how two other persons challenging Mr Oshiomhole for the topmost position in the ruling party earlier withdrew from the race.

Mr Ebri’s withdrawal now means Mr Oshiomhole is the sole candidate for the position of national chairman of the APC at Saturday’s convention.

Mr Oshiomhole, a former Edo State governor, enjoys the support of President Muahmamdu Buhari and many other leaders of the party.

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