The Imo State Governor, Owele Rochas Okorocha on Thursday, disclosed that two governors in the South-East would join the All Progressives Congress (APC).

The Governors who did not provide names of possible decampees, while Speaking to journalists, during a media interaction in Owerri, said: “It will be good news for us and our political future that two South-East governors will soon jump the ship and move into APC before the elections. We won’t accept the idea of a PDP governor working for Buhari presidency, while expecting us to return him as a PDP governor. It will be unfair for the party.It is either you are with us or not with us.”

He also claimed that exodus from his party, APC, by some chieftains of the party, was long overdue as that took place two years ago but is only manifesting now, adding that political interests were responsible for the defections.

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Okorocha advised Nigerians not to see the defections as a spite on APC but as alternatives to those defectors to pursue their political interests.

“APC is not in crisis because those leaving the party are those who should leave. APC is still a sound and united party.We hold the president at the highest esteem because of our conviction in his leadership. Muhammadu Buhari is still the best at this point. Look at the candidates, Buhari remains the best for 2019.”

The governor called on the Igbos to rewrite their political history and change the narratives with the 2019 election, stating that he was happy that the Igbos, for the first time have returned to who they are and are willing to play the right politics by making sure that President Buhari receives the right votes from the South-East.

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“In the last election, the PDP in the South-East brought those sentiments of religion and tribe and sold the dummy to our people who bought it without thinking twice. We had all our eggs in one basket. And the bad politics the Igbos played reflected today in our position in the Federal Republic of Nigeria.” hesaid.

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