The PDP to APC Defection – Governor Dave Umahi Has Join APC


For some days now, speculations of Governor Dave Umahi defecting from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the, ruling party, All Progressive Congress (APC) has been spreading like wild fire across Social Media and News Platforms in Nigeria. 

The Governor has confirmed the too many speculations about his defection in a press conference today in Abakaliki after officially defecting to APC. According to him, he defected as a result of the “injustice” the PDP has always done to the South-East since its inception in 1998.

Read his statement below;

“Let me clear the air and state that I never sort for the ticket of PDP Presidency and I will not. Whoever that said that I moved to APC because they refused to zone the ticket to me is being very mischievous. Because even if PDP promises me, an individual a presidential ticket, how does it work?

It is expected that we’ll over 8000 delegates would elect the person and such promise can not happen without more than 10 or 20 people. People are being very mischievous but I tell you, there are a lot of prominent people from South East that can take the slot of PDP.

Why am I moving to APC? Some people said I was promised this and that but I tell you, there is no such discussion. APC never promised me any position, they never promised South East any position, there was no such discussion, however I offered this movement as a protest to the injustice being done to South East by the PDP since 1998 till date.” Governor Dave Umahi.

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