JUST IN: AAC expels Sowore, others
The African Action Alliance has expelled Omoyele Sowore, its National Chairman and presidential candidate in the last general elections. 28 other persons were also expelled from the party. The party took the decision at the National Convention holding at Rockview Hotel, Owerri. Details later.
Court Stops Omoyele Sowore From Parading Self As AAC National Chairman
Justice Iyang Ekwo of the Federal High Court sitting in Abuja has restrained the suspended national chairman of the African Action Congress, AAC, and the presidential candidate of the party in the last presidential election, Mr Omoyele Sowore to stop parading himself as the national chairman of the party. The court also ordered the deputy national chairman of the party, Mr Malcolm Fabiyi, to stop parading himself as deputy national chairman. The court restrained the Independent National Electoral Commission from further recognizing the suspended chairman, pending the determination of the motion on notice. The newly sworn in acting chairman of
INEC Rejects Omoyele Sowore’s Suspension By Some AAC Members
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has rejected the suspension of the National chairman of the African Action Congress (AAC) by some aggrieved members of the party. In a letter signed by Mrs Rose Anthony, the Commission said it will continue to recognise and relate with Mr. Sowore Omoyele as the substantive National Chairman of AAC. INEC said in the letter that there was no minutes or evidence of attendance of any meeting by AAC National Executive Committee Members where Sowore and eight members of the party were purportedly suspended. In a letter dated 14th May 2019, the commission said
INEC Approves Omoyele Sowore New Political Party
The director says: Our party’s slogan will be – Take it Back – Action.” - party appeals to all youth to join the progressives across all states. A new political party belonging to Omoyele Sowore, the African Action Congress (ACC), has been registered by the electoral commission. The Nation Newspaper reported that its director, Dr. Malcolm Fabiyi, said in a statement: “Our movement’s political platform was announced as one of the newly registered political parties by INEC.” He added: “With our own dedicated party platform, we are now able to match up a pace setting movement with a transformative political