Abdullahi Ganduje, the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has posited that the migration of Senator Ifeanyi Ubah to the incumbent party could trigger a revolutionary wave that could potentially liberate the South East.
During the formal introduction of the Senator for Anambra South, presented by the Senate Chairman, Godswill Akpabio, at the party’s National Secretariat in Abuja, Ganduje made this statement.
While interacting with the press at the party headquarters, the APC chairperson referred to Ubah as a “heavyweight” with considerable sway in Anambra’s political scene.
He expressed: “This is the largest catch we’ve netted since I took office as the chairman. Let’s consider the current scenario in the Southeast. Out of the five states, three are dominated by separate political fractions. We have the PDP, Labor Party, and APGA.
“The remaining pair are under APC’s rule. Where is the sense of cohesion in a geopolitical district having five states under the governance of four political factions? Is this indicative of a collective resolution to engage in national politics? Certainly not.
“However, we are beginning to see the effect. We will initiate a revolution. We possess governance in two Southeast states and with this bait, this stature, and this political titan (Ubah) I believe we’ve located the solution, a resolution to free the geopolitical sector in the South East.
“I characterize him as a fluctuating politician because whichever party he aligns with tends to triumph. We anticipate this change to permeate the entire Southeast, particularly the other trio states,” Ganduje stated.