Delta state APC debunked rumours making rounds that him Chief Great Ogboru, the gubernatorial candidate of APC in the last state governorship election is planning to dump the party to LP.
The attention of All Progressives Congress, Delta State has been drawn to a publication on local newspaper/ online media alleging that Chief Great Ogboru, the 2019 gubernatorial candidate and leader of the party in a cooked up sponsored rumour purporting his defection to a floundering failing Labour Party (Lp)
“Ordinarily, APC/Chief Ogboru wouldn’t have bothered to respond to this reckless mundane rumour cooked by the basest of minds but for his teaming supporters, members of All Progressives Congress (APC) and the good people of Delta State, who this rumour is targeted at.
Let it be established that chief Ogboru is firmly of the APC, and nurses no plan to leave the Party to any other Party. Chief Ogboru cannot leave the APC, a party he has joined in building, in both state and national, to the very top of political and government efficiency.
The fact is not lost to Chief Ogboru, that this latest defection story is the handiwork of propagandists and the ‘Never do well’ it is sad that while they should be focussed on the task of joining hands with Chief Ogboru working towards the success and Progress of the party, they have instead formed an army of criminal and serial fraudsters with the goal of devaluing our dear party, attacking characters they finds superior to themselves, spurning a good chance of improving APC in Delta State.
Chief Ogboru reminisced on the pivotal role he played as opposition right from the onset since year 2000 where he solely floated a group called South-South Rainbow Coalition (SSRC) Since the advent of that pressure group that grow from just pressure group to a political party
Thereafter from DPP to Labour Party “LP” that produced the current Deputy Senate President Sen. Omo Agege and two house of Assembly member in 2015 and finally joined All Progressive Congress APC where he won the party ticket to contest the governorship position.
Felix Ogbotor Okpako