The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Edo state has experienced a change in leadership as the state deputy chairman, Jarrett Tenebe, has taken over as the party’s state chairman.
This development comes as the former APC state chairman, Col David Imuse, has resigned from his position to pursue his gubernatorial ambition.
Imuse’s decision to step down as the state chairman of APC comes as no surprise, as he recently expressed his interest in running for the governorship position in the state. In his resignation letter, Imuse stated that he needed to focus on his gubernatorial ambition and ensure that the APC emerges victorious in the upcoming elections.
Following Imuse’s resignation, Tenebe, who had been serving as the state deputy chairman, has stepped into the role of state chairman. Tenebe is expected to bring his experience and leadership skills to the position, as he works to steer the APC towards success in the state.
The transition in leadership within the APC in Edo state demonstrates the party’s commitment to ensuring effective and strategic leadership as it prepares for the upcoming gubernatorial elections. As Tenebe takes on his new role, there is anticipation and hope for a strong and united APC in Edo state.