Ken Nnamani, former senate president, says he is ashamed that the All Progressives Congress (APC), has not recorded any success at the polls in Enugu State.
Nnamani is a member of the APC national caretaker committee representing the south-east zone.
The politician spoke on Saturday in Enugu, during the sitting of the APC ward congress appeal committee.
He said the Enugu chapter of the APC needs to be rejigged, so as to stand the chance of winning future elections.
“The party is growing in the state but its success depends on winning elections. People were afraid of the leadership,” he said.
“I feel ashamed of being in a party that does not win elections. That is why we want to rejig the party to bring in leaders who will not use it for business.
“However, we are beginning to see a new horizon and determined to do something differently with the new leadership we now have.”
Nnamani left the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the APC in 2017.
Enugu State governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, was elected on the platform of the PDP in 2015, and was re-elected for a second term in office in 2019.