Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council Worldwide has said that PDP may collapse in South East as Governors, Senators and leaders set to join to APC, congratulates Bayelsa and Kogi State Governors Elect.
In a statement made availble to odinceblog through the president, Mazi Okechukwu isiguzoro, signed by the group’s General Secretary, Mazi Okwu Nnabuike it says; “Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council Worldwide had confirmed authoritatively that arrangements had been concluded on the defection of two Igbo Governors to the ruling party so to give igbos undue influence and access to get more dividends of democracy and have a stake in the mainstream politics and advantage ahead of 2023 Presidential election,with the recent APC victory at Bayelsa and Kogi State Governorship election, South/South and Southwest is having political advantage over South East over 2023.its time to collapse PDP in the South East.
” OYC plead with Southeast Governors and political leaders to ensure that the move ahead to the ruling party now there’s opportunity to work ahead of time, We can never played opposition politics in the history of Nigeria, irrespective that South East Governors are having cordial relationship with President Muhammadu Buhari, it’s not enough to guarantee the security and collective and political benefits of South East, the two Governors moving to APC is not enough but needs at-least three Governors and Nine senators and twenty House of Representatives members in APC by first quarter of 2020, let’s make PDP minority party in the South East,chances of PDP to regain Presidential power is slim in 2023.
” We congratulate the APC Governors Elect in Bayelsa, David Lyon and Gov Bello Kogi state and Urge them to protect the interests of igbos in their various states through business friendly policies and political benefits, Igbo leadership in these areas are happy over the overwhelming victories in these states and will do what is required to be law abiding citizens and Support the two APC Governors Elect in Bayelsa and Kogi States.
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