APGA publicity secretary resigns, quits party

Semiu Salami
Semiu Salami

The National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA), Benard Akoma has resigned his membership of the party.

The journalist- turned politician urged members of the party to continue being their brother’s keeper.

In a letter to the National Secretary of the party titled: “Letter of Resignation”, Akoma said the time has come for him to part ways with the party where he had rendered selfless service for almost a decade.

He wrote, “I wish to formally inform you that I no longer wish to remain a member of the All Progressives Grand Alliance APGA with effect from the date stated above.

“I therefore resign my position as the National Publicity Secretary of the party as well as my membership of the party.

“I have withheld the submission of this letter all this while with the assumption that my mind will be persuaded to still retain my membership of the party, but after 10 years of committed sacrifice for the party, I felt it is time for me to go.

“I want to say that I cherished the periods we shared together as one indivisible family and I pray that you people will continue to keep the flame glowing with the spirit of being your ‘brothers’ keeper.”

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