Mass Exodus, As PDP, LP Collapses Structures Into APC In Ebonyi

The ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, in Ebonyi State has vowed to collapse structures of the main opposition parties; People's Democratic Party, PDP, Labour Party, LP, and others in Amudo/Okuofia ward and other areas in Ezza South LGA of the state.

The state chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the state, Stanley Okoro Emegha made this known while speaking with newsmen, shortly after in a meeting with party executives at Amudo/Okuofia ward in Ezza South LGA.

Emegha, who was represented by the Ebonyi Central zonal chairman of the party, Mr. Peter Nworie, said that the meeting which took place at the country-home of the commissioner for donor and grant agency, Solomon Azi, Amudo/Okuofia ward, Ezza South LGA of the State, was organized to discuss modalities of welcoming the defectors into APC in the area.

He said that many staunch members of PDP, LP and other parties in the council requested to be allowed to collapse their structures into the ruling APC, noting further that the ruling party in the state is running all inclusive and open door administration.

According to him: "Today, we met with the stakeholders of Amudo/Okuofia ward, Ezza South LGA to discuss modalities on how to welcome the staunch members of other political parties who are seriously yearning to join APC in the state, led by governor Francis Nwifuru.

"The style of leadership of the governor, Francis Nwifuru has led to the massive defection of bigwigs of other political parties into APC in the state. APC is big enough to accommodate everybody that is coming into the Party. And you know, the more, the mayral and we welcome every other members of other political parties who are willing to join APC in Ebonyi" he stated.

The APC state chairman, Emegha, however applauded the governor, Francis Nwifuru for the efforts to unite stakeholders of the party from the three senatorial zones of the state,  and fulfilling his campaign promises that is anchored on the Peoples Charter of needs.

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