APC will be a dead party at the Federal come 2018---Elumelu

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Hon. Ndudi Godwin Elumelu
By Kparobo Ehvwubare—Asaba
Former House of Representatives member, who represented Oshimili Federal constituency at the National Assembly, Hon. Ndudi Godwin Elumelu has predicted that the All Progressive Party, APC would be a dead party come 2018, just as he commended Delta State governor, Ifeanyi Okowa for the peaceful conduct of the just concluded elective convention of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP.
Elemelu made the prediction recently while playing host to Delta State Online Publishers Forum, DOPF at his country home in Issele-Uku, Delta State explained that many Nigerians was already fed up with President Muhammadu Buhari administration, stressed that great political tsunami would hit the APC at the national level soon.
The former Chairman, House Committee on Power who probed the power sector during President Musa Yar-Adua administration noted that it was aggrieved members of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP that made the APC to win the Presidency, but the APC members took the glory, hinted that those aggrieved PDP members who helped APC to win at the Federal has perfected plans to stage a comeback to the party.
“What happened that made PDP to lost the Presidency during the 2015 election was as a result of negligence on the part of PDP leadership then, it was aggrieved PDP members that helped the opposition to win that election”
 While lamenting how the likes of former Rivers State governor, Rotimi Ameachi  and other PDP governors were taken for granted who later joined hands with the opposition to sack President Goodluck Jonathan, cautioned Uche Secondus led PDP to run all inclusive government devoid of underrating members, with the view of winning the Presidency come 2019.
“The likes of Rotimi Ameachi were not treated fairly during the 2015 general election and as such they helped the opposition to wrestled power from PDP, Am sure we have learnt our own lessons”
On the emergence of Prince Uche Secondus, Elemelu hinted that for some of them, they wanted the PDP Chairman to be from the South West, and at the same time, the party was looking for somebody who is resilient, focus, courageous to manage the party from its troubled water, but after careful examination of aspirants the party caucus zeroed on Uche Secondous who happened to be from the South-South, because aspirants from the South West did not meet up with the requisite.

He further noted that only aspirant who seems to meet up with the criteria, Agbaje seems to be loyal to another aspirant, Bode George who is from the zone and as such the party has no option than to zero on Uche Secondous. Elumelu added.

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