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“We Are Tired Of Him” – APC Pulls Down Oshiomhole’s Posters And Portraits At National Secretariat

APC has pulled down a big Billboard, posters and banners carrying the picture of the suspended national chairman, Adams Oshiomhole.

The pictures of Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, the suspended national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), have been removed from the two giant billboards mounted at both the entrance gate and inside the party’s headquarters in Abuja, leaving only President Muhammadu Buhari’s poster.

"We Are Tired Of Him" - APC Pulls Down Oshiomhole’s Posters And Portraits At National Secretariat 1

The Sun reports that on Thursday, shortly after the dissolution of Oshiomhole’s faction of the National Working Committee (NWC), jubilant secretariat staff had angrily and horridly pulled down all his portraits in all the offices and reception to register their anger over what they described as Oshiomhole’s draconian reign.

Asked why they pulled down the portraits, an aggrieved staff simply said:

“He is no longer part of this place. He has expired. Let him go, we are tired of him and don’t want him back here again. Just the few years he stayed here, we saw hell.”

KanyiDaily had reported about the final dissolution of the APC National Working Committee (NWC), which was headed by Oshiomhole before the Appeal Court recently reaffirmed his suspension as the chairman of the party.

Before the dissolution of his NWC, the Appeal Court had upheld the suspension of Adam Oshiomhole as APC National Chairman.

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