Why I won’t resign yet as Minister – Ngige
Clergyman of Labor and Employment, Chris Ngige, has given reasons he will not as yet leave to challenge the 2023 official race.
Ngige, who had announced to run for administration in 2023, unveiled that he has not gotten a particular guidance from the All Progressives Congress (APC) on his official aspiration.
Addressing newsmen after the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting on Wednesday, Ngige prevented information from getting the APC orders that all nominees ought to leave in front of the May 30 official essential.
He kept up with that his choice to stay an individual from the Federal Executive Council is in accordance with the 1999 Constitution, as corrected.
The Minister additionally expressed that the March 18 judgment of the Federal High Court in Umuahia, struck out Section 84(12) of the Electoral Act, adding that he is under no impulse to leave his arrangement.
At the point when asked when he will leave in accordance with his party mandates, he said: “On the grounds that I have close to zero insight into that I’m hearing interestingly from you. In any case, similar to I generally say, I’ll be directed by the letters and soul of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.”