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Uche Nwosu Woes Ihedioha, Other PDP Decampees To APC

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Ugwumba Uche Nwosu, an in-law to Owelle Rochas Okorocha, one time governor of Imo State is wooing, Hon. Emeka Ihedioha, former governor of the state and other chieftains of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the State that recently left the political party, to join the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Nwosu made this disclosure while addressing newsmen in Owerri over the weekend, even as he assured Ihedioha that the party will give them a rare opportunity to work with Gov. Hope Uzodinma and President Bola Tinubu at the center.

The Eastern Updates recalls that barely a week ago Ihedioha announced his resignation from the Peoples Democratic Party, a political platform he associated with since its inception in 1998, and this provided a political flood gate of resignations by several chieftains of the party in solidarity with Ihedioha.

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Those who left PDP included the Imo PDP Chairman, Charles Ugwu; a former Deputy Governor, Gerald Irona, and one-time Education Commissioner, Prof Jude Njoku, Chief Miguel Enwerem, among others

Nwosu said that “since they left, a lot of people including my humble self, have been wondering what could be or what is likely to be their next political action or move and there have been a lot of speculations to that effect.

“I have also considered a lot of factors or indices and have seen that the most popular action for them to take in this situation is to join the ruling party (APC).

This is the most progressive action for them to take. Joining APC is the only people-orientated action they should take now. And that would give them room to work with President Bola Tinubu, Governor Hope Uzodimma, and other leaders in the party at both the national and state levels, for the progress of our dear country.

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