Sen. Victor Umeh, chairman of the reconciliation committee and national outreach of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) has admonished Hon. Chukwuma Umeoji not to carry arms against APGA because he was disqualified from the primary election of the party.
Umeh, who said that Umeoji had contested House of Representatives Election under his chairmanship of APGA in 2011 and equally functioned as council chairman of Aguata local government and currently in the green chambers on the platform of APGA, said the fact that he wanted to be governor through APGA and the party decided otherwise would not make him wage war against the party.
Umeh said the reconciliation committee had reached out to Umeoji, imploring him to soft-pedal in his litigation but he seemed to have remained adamant and resolute in exhausting his court processes.
The former Anambra-central Senate representative told journalists in Awka that the party was appealing to him to come back because APGA built him and there was need for the party to go to the election as one big family.