Rather than go away, tenure elongation is still haunting the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Some of its members yesterday cried out over the content of a memo presented to the National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting on Monday by Chairman John Odigie-Oyegun.
They claimed that a portion of the memo was aimed at achieving tenure extension through the backdoor.
But the party leadership denied having any hidden plan to extend its tenure.
Referring to the committee’s report, Oyegun insisted that the February 27 decision of NEC neither violated APC constitution nor the 1999 Constitution.
Sources said yesterday that the adopted memo may “trigger problems”, especially if the proposed congresses and convention are not held
The Nation, April 11, 2018