Ex-Deputy Speaker, House Of Reps, Nwuche Dump APC For PDP

Rt Hon Chibudom Nwuche

It was another big loss to the Rivers State chapter of the All Progressives Con­gress, APC, as another big wig of the party and the former Deputy Speaker of the House of Represen­tatives, Rt Hon Chibudom Nwuche made a historic return to the Peoples Dem­ocratic Party, PDP.

Receiving the former Deputy Speaker on Friday in Government House, the Rivers State Governor, Nye­som Wike said PDP was strong, firm in its resolve to offer better governance and willing to take over power in 2023 in order to change the fortune of Nigeria.

Governor Wike ex­plained that as a PDP controlled State govern­ment, his administration has touched every facet of Rivers State, and offered the people the best that any good governance can afford.

According to him, PDP, for what it has contin­ued to do in terms of re­sponding to the needs of Nigerians, has remained a household name and most trusted to salvage the country. “You’re welcome (Nwuche) to where God be­longs to. The property that God owns. This property called PDP is being owned by God and that is why it is the only household organi­sation you can find in this country. No matter what­ever that happens, PDP is still very strong, very firm and very willing to change the fortune of this country.”

Governor Wike de­scribed Chibudom Nwuche as a democrat who has a reckonable name and can add value to the PDP and not become a liability, add­ing that PDP woos persons who can contribute to the party, work for the welfare of the members and speak for their people.

He, therefore, urged members of the party to dismiss fear that they will be displaced by Nwuche in the scheme of things in the party.

Governor Wike insisted that it is better more peo­ple come to join the party since there is room for ev­eryone and nobody will be deprived of what is due to him or her.

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