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APC Is Far More Better Than PDP -Umahi

APC Is Far More Better Than PDP -Umahi

“…I can see that the partial administration of the APC is far better than that of my former party…” this were the exact words of Ebonyi state Governor, Dave Umahi.

Recall that Gov. Dave Umahi had earlier this week decamped from the opposition party, People Democratic Party, PDP to the ruling party All Progressive Congress, APC.

Umahi said his decision was in protest to the unequal right accorded to Southeast in the party.

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Meanwhile in an interview with ChannelsTv on Friday, Umahi said he did not decamp to the All Progressive Congress in protest for the Southeast, but because his state(Ebonyi state) has benefitted more in the administration of the All Progressives Congress (APC) more that it has in the 16 years of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

“We have choices in life to make. I have made the choice of APC because of the way they run their affairs and respect for Mr President and equity to all the governors who have benefitted.

“I continue to say that the 15 years of PDP and the five to six years of APC central government have a lot to show in my state. I am not choosing APC out of protest,” he said.

Speaking further, the Governor said he is happier with the little time he has spent in the All Progressive Congress more than his previous party, as no one dictates the party affairs.

“When you compare, I can see that the partial administration of the APC is far better than that of my former party. No one person in APC is dictating the affairs of the party,” the governor said.

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