The All Progressive Congress, APC, Enugu State chapter has announced the suspension of former Senate President Ken Nnamani, and Minister of Foreign Affairs Geoffrey Onyeama.
Former Enugu Governor Sullivan Chime was however expelled from the party.
Also expelled for anti party activities during the just concluded elections are the former Speaker Enugu state House of Assembly Barr Eugene Odo and Director General Voice of Nigeria (VON) Osita Okechukwu. Affected also Personal Assistant to the Minister, Flavour Eze, who was among those expelled from the party.
Enugu State Secretary of the APC, Robert Ngwu who read the decision of the State Executive Council, SEC, at a press conference in Enugu, noted that the recommendations of the fact finding and disciplinary committee was adopted by SEC.
He further announced the expulsion of Joe Mammel and Maduka Arum from the party.
They were accused of working against the interest of the party and openly supporting other parties during the just concluded elections.
In his remarks, the State chairman of the party Barr. Ugo Agballa described the affected members as habitual trouble makers who always created crisis in the party.
He recalled how they fought the previous party leadership of the party in the State expressing joy that they have been shown the way out. “Now we can have peace in Enugu APC.”