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PDP Is Better Organized And More Democratic Than APC – Chief Segun Oni

Chief Segun Oni

Chief Segun Oni

Ex-Governor of Ekiti, Chief Segun Oni has come out to clarify that his defection to the Peoples Democratic Party,(PDP) was not because of his desperate quest to be governor in 2022.

He revealed that he made up his mind to return to his former party because of alleged discrimination against his supporters by All Progressive Congress (APC) in Ekiti and he believes his decision to defect with his supporters was justifiable and not self-serving.

According to him, he left as part of the collective resolution taken by his loyalists after the maltreatment directed at them in APC.

He added that PDP is better organized and more democratic than APC.

His words, “PDP has learnt its lessons from the defeat of 2015 General Elections.”

It was our observation at the meeting with our loyalists, that Ekiti APC does not believe in democracy from ward, local government and state levels.

“Many of our members were threatened with expulsion and suspension. Why some handpicked ward executives were instigated to suspend Oni indefinitely.

“We sent a petition to the National Working Committee, (NWC) about this action, but nothing was done.

“For all these, “Atunse Ekiti” sees no future for its members in APC because of deep rooted impunity and display of hatred for Segun Oni.”

Ekiti APC’s Publicity Secretary, Mr Ade Ajayi also said, “We are not surprised that he is going back to PDP where he came from, but I do not know of any shabby treatment that made him to defect to PDP.

“He was suspended from his political ward because he offended them and instead of him to attend the ward meeting to explain himself, he refused.

“Do not forget the constitution of the party stipulated that anybody, no matter how highly placed can be disciplined by the party.”




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