House of Rep member, State Lawmaker, 30,000 others dump PDP, decamps to APC

A member of the Cross Rivers State House of Rep., Mr. Legor Idagbo, Cross Rivers State lawmaker, Chris Agara, and many others supporters have reportedly dumped the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and moved over to the All Progressives Congress (APC).

According to Idagbo, who spoke at the venue of the defection rally in Abuochiche, Headquarters of Bekwarra Local Government Area in Cross Rivers on Saturday, the recent development marks a new beginning in Cross River State politics.

He said, “It is only a wicked father that will not wish his son well. If you are a good father, at some point your son will take over from you and when he takes over from you, you will not direct him on what to do,”

“Do not let anyone push you into fighting our Governor and anyone who persuades you to, tell them to lead by example.”

“Our Governor has done well, he is our illustrious son of the North, let us stand by him and support him,” he added.

In the same vain, Chief Chris Agara, another chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Part decamped to APC alongside his over 25,000 supporters.

Chris described the change from PDP to APC as wearing a new cloth, according to him, the feeling is indeed a good feeling.

He further said, “moving from PDP to APC is indeed very special and historic and we have to show that firm support to my friend and brother.”

“They should expect me to be part of the unity of the party, they should expect me to be part of the progress of the party.”

“I am going to be part of moving the party forward and making sure the APC wins all elections.”

“I am sure that from now on, we will be a more formidable team because from the crowd you see here, APC is now the only party in Ikom Local Government Area,” he said.

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