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Oyegun Receives 3000 Of Their Supporters In Edo Into The APC, Says PDP Is Dead


NATIONAL Chairman of the APC, Chief John Odegie-Oyegun, yesterday, received top PDP leaders in Oredo Local Government Area including Mr. Ebima Ogbeide and over 3000 of their supporters into the APC, asserting that the PDP is dead in the state.


Other top leaders of the party, who defected included Tony Anileh, Madam Goldenpenny, Pius Izemwingie, Ikponmwonsa Usiobafoh, Mrs. Vero Aguebor, Wilfred Enabulele, secretary ward 5, and Mr. Ebima Ogbeide.

Oyegun asserted that the party was ready to accommodate more of the PDP leaders into the APC, saying “Massive development has already started in the state, and we welcome people who have the interest of the state and are progressive minded to join to continue with this development.

Looking at the calibre of leaders defecting, I laugh when I see PDP boast of winning. Honestly, they are dead and buried in Edo.” Also speaking, Governor Adams Oshiomhole re-echoed Oyegun’s declaration, saying “the defection of Dennis Evbuomwan, the Oredo PDP leader, marked the end of the party in the state. For me, the coming of Evbuomwan, and other leaders of the PDP in Oredo, along with their unit leaders, means they are here with a complete story. The unit heads are the real people in the field.”

source: http://xtrimlaughs.com/2016/09/oyegun-receives-3000-supporters-apc-says-pdp-dead-edo-state/
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