Okorocha: APC Defeat In Edo Governorship Election, People’s Revolution Against Injustice.

Ex Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha, said on Sunday, the All Progressives Congress (APC) defeat in the Edo State governorship election was the citizens’ revolution against injustice. The Former Governor said, this in a chat with journalists, he said the APC member’s respect for President Muhammadu Buhari was the reason the party was still intact. He warned of possible implosion in the party if the leadership failed to address some issues threatening its sustenance. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Sunday had declared Governor Godwin Obaseki the winner of the Edo State Governorship election held in the state. He continued: “If the report I am getting from Edo is not quite interesting when injustice comes into a matter, the centre can no longer hold and that is the problem of the party. I forewarned about what is happening today in our party and if the result in Edo comes out and PDP wins, it means we don’t have APC in the South-South. That is a bad sign. “In the South East, literally we can say we don’t have APC, we just managed through the Ben Johnson way to get one state and that does not make our image good. “The same party under the leadership of a President, a man we considered a clean man, an honest man, a patriotic man and these are happening, that means it is unfortunate. “The truth is, what I have been talking about has come to play. If PDP wins in Edo, I will not congratulate the PDP, I will congratulate the Edo people. I congratulate them for standing up against injustice because the people that voted for Obaseki are not only PDP, even people in the APC voted for him. “They want to stand up for injustice, Edo people are not docile, they know what they want and how they want it.” The Ex-Governor insisted that respect for President Buhari was the only reason APC was still existing. He said the[…]

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