Former APC National Chairman, Chief John Odigie Oyegun, has accused his successor, Adams Oshiomhole, of instigating crisis in the Edo State chapter of the party.
Oyegun in a statement by his Public Affairs Adviser, Chief Ray Morphy, asks Oshiomole to stop interfering in the running of the party in the state.
The crisis, which has pitted Governor Godwin Obaseki against Oshiomole, has split members of the State House of Assembly into factions.
The House of Representatives had threatened the takeover of the Assembly and ordered Police to shut it down, for proper inauguration.
Oyegun asks APC state governors to intervene in the crisis before it is blown out of proportion.
Governor Obaseki, according to Oyegun, being the only APC governor in the south south region, needs the support of APC.