The party needs to focus on the upcoming governorship election.
The National Chairman of APGA, Victor Umeh, has urged its members to be truthful to return it to the path of peace and greatness.
Mr. Umeh said in Aguluzigbo, Anaocha Local Government Area of Anambra on Friday that returning the party to the path of peace would enable the members to work together for the forthcoming governorship election in the state.
He said the crisis in the party resulted from some members’ desire to subvert the truth and disobey its constitution.
“The person who is wrong is the person doing things that are contrary to the party’s constitution. We have to respect the party and the decision of the courts. What I am saying in effect is that I want everybody to come together under one leadership that made APGA what it is today.
“As for the coming election, I am calling on all those who are rebelling against the party to return to the party and let’s work together to produce the next governor in Anambra. Truth is imperishable; anything anybody does in life that infringes on truth is wrong, so people should go and search their conscience and examine whether what they have done is wrong or right,” he said.
Mr. Umeh heads the faction of APGA that is opposed by the Anambra Governor, Peter Obi, whose faction is headed by Maxi Okwu.