Why I quit PDP--Uduaghan

By Kparobo Ehvwubare
Koko- Barely after six months of quitting the People's Democratic Party, PDP, immediate past Delta State governor and APC senatorial candidate for Delta South Senatorial district, Emmanuel Uduaghan has explained that Gov. Okowa highhandness

was some of the reasons that made him walk out of party in the State.

The former governor gave the revelation over the weekend in Koko, the headquarters of Warri north local government when the APC gubernatorial candidate,Great Ogboru campaign train stormed the area hinted that upon his efforts to get Gov. Okowa attention yielded no result as he was berthed on doing his own will.

"I left PDP because those in power refused to listen to my advise and I am too big to be ignored, since they did not value my worth, I have to go to where I will be recognized"

" I even pleaded that the five kilometers road dualization in Koko should be done but they ignored me"

Uduaghan also noted that he was too big to be ignored hence he decided to pitch tent with those that know his worth, while calling on public office holders never to underrate the worth of anyone because according to him, the person you ignored or underrated today may turn out to be your helper tomorrow.

Expressing optimism on the leadership prowess of Great Ogboru, appealed to him to listen to his people when he get to the Government House.

" Your Excellency Please when you get to the State Government House, please listen to your people because they never listened to us that is why we walk out"

Uduaghan told the people of Koko to support and vote for all APC candidates in the forthcoming general elections, just as he assured them of dividend of democracy.

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