The former APC chieftain described the ruling part as a sinking ship – The Chieftain further advised the APC members to join other patriots in their quest to salvage Nigeria
Former deputy national publicity secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Timi Frank, has called on the governors of Imo; Rochas Okorocha, Zamfara; Abdullaziz Yari, Ogun; Ibikunle Amosun and Senator Magnus Abbey to join the next batch of defectors from the ruling party to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)
On November 9, in a statement, Comrade Frank told the governors and the senator to stop weeping unnecessarily and leave the APC party, which he described as a “sinking ship.”
The former APC chieftain severally warned the leadership of APC and the presidency about the current problems befalling the party before he resigned his membership but was ignored.
A report from, the Editor-in-Chief Bayo Olupohunda “The same way I warned in the past, I am calling on Governor Okorocha, Governor Yari, Governor Amosun and Senator Abbey among many others not to remain any longer in APC. It can only get worse for the ruling party because the spirit of God has left the party.
“I will urge all of them to join the next batch of prominent leaders who will soon resign their membership of APC. Some of us that have left the evil association called APC are better for it.
Frank stated,“So, like the biblical Noah, I am warning those that have ears to hear that the current house of deception known as APC will soon collapse. It is better to join the patriots now to salvage Nigeria.”
However, On Thursday, November 1, Delta governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, received APC chieftain in the state, Chief Andrew Orugbo, and other members of opposition political parties numbering up to 5,000 back to the PDP.
The governor who expressed confidence that the PDP will win with large margin in the 2019 general elections, said the doors of the PDP was open to the few remaining members of the opposition political parties. He termed further, that PDP is now positioned to win in the 25 local government areas of the state.