The heat seems not to be over on the issue of Hon. Clinton Ebere’s defection to PDP, Hon. Clinton who won the seat to represent Aba South State Constituency on the platform of APGA , just some days ago defected to PDP and this action has earned him numerous media attacks even to the point of his constituents demanding he be withdrawn.
The last attack is from APGA Abia State Secretary Hon. Uche Nwosu who described his movement as insignificant and inconsequential.
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HON. CLINTON’S MOVEMENT IS INCONSEQUENTIAL
The defection of Mr. Clinton Ebere to PDP is insignificant to be a subject matter and as such is inconsequential. For those that have been following the unfolding events in the state will agree with me that Clinton Ebere cannot win ward election in the state. It is a glaring fact that the mandate he is enjoying in Abia House of Assembly today is a mandate given to him by the effort and projection of Dr. Alex Otti.
From the privileged position that I am, I see wider. When I looked across, I did not see he defection as a threat at all. We must know that APGA still remain the dominant party in Abia State. That is why we are not noticing his absence because the people of Aba South have severally complained about his inability to effectively represent his constituency, since he cannot speak good English, nor read and write. Clinton’s case is like a football team. Nigeria Team-Super Eagles have won a team with 10 players before during world cup. Two players were removed the rest players started playing as if they were 13. So, we did not even notice that we lost two players. That is what Clinton’s case is like. Besides, he was suspended based on anti-party activities before he hurriedly defected to PDP. Meanwhile, it is interesting to note that we have a dozen of credible and capable aspirants warming up for Aba South Constituency. In so far as Abia State is concern, PDP can and will never win a single seat at State House of Assembly again.
Acting State Secretary
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