Suspension of Okorocha from APGA, ‘Final Phase’ of Merger with PDP,Says APC South East



rocha-okorochaThe South East Chapter of the formed All Progressives Party APC has declared that it “views the suspension of Governor Owelle Rochas Okorocha of Imo State, from APGA as the final phase merge All Progressive Grand Alliance {APGA} with the Peoples Democratic Party {}.
A statement by Osita Okechukwu,publicity secretary,APC South East, described the move as foolhardy .According the South East APC spokesman “the first phase merge APGA with started with the South East Zonal Rally of the before the 2011 , where APGA publicly declared support for the .
“ With the exit of Dim Emeka Odimegwu Ojukwu, Dikedioramma Ndigbo, Governor Peter of Anambra State commenced the final phase of the merger. Let’s not forgot that our revered leader, Dim Ojukwu was first chairman BOT of APP and if he was alive would have been the first Igbo man embrace the APC.
“We regret that APGA national chairman, Chief Victor Umeh who fought gallantly against this unholy merger, capitulated lately.
Okechukwu said said “It is the considered view of APC South East Zone that 14 years down the line Ndigbo gave unalloyed support to the without commensurate ; hence it will be foolhardy to continue.
Read the statement below:

APGA SUSPENSION OF ROCHAS FINAL PHASE TO MERGER APGA WITH PDP
In an emergency meeting on Saturday in Enugu, the South East Zone of the All Progressives Congress {APC} views the suspension of Governor Owelle Rochas Okorocha of Imo State, from APGA as the final phase to merge All Progressive Grand Alliance {APGA} with the Peoples Democratic Party {PDP}.
It will be recalled that the first phase to merge APGA with PDP started with the South East Zonal Rally of the PDP before the 2011 , where APGA publicly declared support for the PDP.
With the exit of Dim Emeka Odimegwu Ojukwu, Dikedioramma Ndigbo, Governor Peter of Anambra State commenced the final phase of the merger. Let’s not forgot that our revered leader, Dim Ojukwu was first chairman BOT of APP and if he was alive would have been the first Igbo man to embrace the APC.
We regret that APGA national chairman, Chief Victor Umeh who fought gallantly against this unholy merger, capitulated lately.
It is the considered view of APC South East Zone that 14 years down the line Ndigbo gave unalloyed support to the PDP without commensurate ; hence it will be foolhardy to continue.
In 1999, PDP promised and repeatedly before 2003, 2007, 2011 elections the dualization of Abakaliki-Enugu, Abia-Akwa-Ibom, Kogi-Anambra, of Port Harcourt-Enugu, Onitsha-Enugu , Enugu Coal-Fired-Plant, 2nd Niger Bridge, Onistsha Port etc. The rest they say is history, as we are yet to see any ship berthing at the Onitsha Sea Port launched with fanfare by President Goodluck Jonathan nor where the second Niger bridge is located in any federal budget. What we saw is patching of .
To worsen matters President Jonathan whom Ndigbo took as their own and voted massively for; could not find it worthy to assign Ndigbo to any of the four top protocol list – president, vice president, senate president and speaker.
Handy with these PDP failed promises, Governor Owelle Rochas Okorocha, Dr Ogbonniya Onu, Senator Chris Ngige and other eminent sons of Ndigbo said-Enough is Enough- and joined APC.
In sum, we urge Ndigbo to join the APC enmasse to provide critical infrastructure for the industrialization of Nigeria and sweep away the impression that we are only interested in sharing money.
Mr Osita Okechukwu
Publicity Secretary
APC South East.

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