The PDP national chairman has stated that some APC governors are poised to join the PDP ahead of 2019
Uche Secondus stated that the governors are all in the north central zone and would be welcomed soon – He stressed that the PDP was out to wrest power from the APC and warned INEC to desist from plans to rig the upcoming elections Chief Uche Secondus, the national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has stated that some governors in the north-central zone elected on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) will soon join the opposition party, Daily Trust reports. Secondus made his comments in Umuahia, the Abia state capital, during his one-day working visit to the PDP’s State Executive Council (SEC).Akelicious gathers that the PDP chairman disclosed that the APC governors were already in talks to join the opposition party, and would be welcomed very soon. All the six states in the north-central zone – Niger, Kogi, Kwara, Benue, Nasarawa and Plateau – are currently governed by APC governors. Secondus further disclosed that contrary to claims that some PDP governors plan to defect to other parties, they are actually intact. The party chairman warned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to desist from any attempt to rig the upcoming general elections; stating that any such attempt would be resisted. He further disclosed that the PDP was on a mission to wrest power from the APC.
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“We are on a mission of recovering Nigeria from the hands of APC; even the market women know that the APC government has collapsed.” Akelicious previously reported that nine governors under the platform of the APC were mulling the idea of exiting the party ahead of the 2019 elections. According to an unnamed source, unless President Muhammadu Buhari and the party leaders move fast to quell the crisis within the party, no fewer than nine governors and other party chieftains would dump the party. The rumoured exit of the party stalwarts is expected to be more prominent in the south-west and north-central regions of the country.