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APGA chairman Oye cautions politicians against defection

APGA chairman. Oye
By Sunny A. David, Awka
Following the defection of fourteen senators of the All Progressives Congress (APC) on Tuesday to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), concerned Nigerians have expressed worries over constant decamping of politicians in the country.
The defectors cited crisis within the party as the reason for their defection, saying they cannot continue to pursue their political careers under the ruling party.
Speaking to Journalists in Awka, the National Chairman of All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, Chief Victor Oye, expressed dissatisfaction over the move by the Lawmakers as they are expected to be loyal and united at all times pointing out that the decision of the decampees could cost them their seats according to Section Sixty Two of the Constitution, as according to him, they have no strong reasons for decamping.
Contributing, the former Executive chairman Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, Dr. Sam Amadi, regretted that Nigeria polity is challenged by all manners of intimidation and social vices that have become the order of the day in all parts of the country, noting that the defections according to him, is the only means the country could be restored to life, peace, unity and development.
On his part, a resident in Isiagu, Mr. Udochukwu Nnebedum, noted that the decamping shows disunity within the party which has continued to affect the leadership of the country and frustrating its citizens, advising the citizenry to register and collect their permanent voter cards in order to elect leaders of their choice.

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