Gov’s Aide Urges Delta APC Members To Dump Party

THE Senior Special Assistant to the Delta State Governor on Youth Mobilisation for Positive Change, Hon. Christian Okpambor, has called on members of the All Progressives Congress (APC), to take advantage of the Convention of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to dump the APC.
Speaking to journalists at his residence in Agbor, Okpambor, who is also a PDP stalwart, encouraged members of the APC to emulate the bold step Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, Nigeria’s former Vice-President took by dissociating himself from the APC, which he described as oppressors, agent of sorrow and untold hardship.
He said, inter-alia: “It is a thing of joy that Nigerians and members of the APC have come to finally realise the retrogression associated with the Buhari led administration. Many persons are romancing with the PDP, but out of fear of the unknown, they have chosen not to make this open.
“I want to encourage them to take the bold step and totally dissociate themselves from those who have suffered Nigerians and bound them in the shackles of unending frustration and inhuman treatment through their visionless policies.”
“I must commend the boldness of Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, who against all odds, surmounted the challenge of going against the tides by not only washing his hands off the APC, but by further going to expose the ills of the Buhari administration and capped it all up by joining the party, PDP.
“This act of his has proven his total commitment to the total restoration of the lost days of Nigeria. I want to encourage all members of the APC to take advantage of the forthcoming convention of the PDP in Abuja and emulate this bold step. It might not be rosy, but the road to success is never rosy.”
While commending the leadership of the party for spreading their tentacles in the right direction and finding Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, the Delta State Governor, worthy as the Chairman of the Convention Planning Committee, the senior special assistant added that the party’s loyalty and planning of his (Okowa’s) state led to his selection as chairman.

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