The national leadership of Young Progressive Party (YPP) has expressed disappointment over the lingering crisis in Abia State chapter.
In a statement, National Publicity Secretary Egbeola Wale Martins advised the status quo be maintained pending intervention in the conflict.
YPP recognized the suspended State Chairman, Uluocha Nelccin Chiemezuo, telling acting chairman Uzodinma Nwoko to desist from parading illegally.
The party warned of “extreme measures” against disregarding its directives to restore order in the chapter.
Chiemezuo was suspended for accepting a political appointment under Umuahia North LGA chairman Victor Ikeji.
While ensuring due process, YPP stressed it would not condone lawlessness. As a leading opposition party, restoring cohesion in Abia remains imperative for effective engagement at the grassroots.
All sides must embrace constructive dialogue to finding an amicable solution in the interest of equitable progress for the chapter.