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Published On: Tue, Oct 20th, 2015

Onuesoke Reacts to Jaro Egbo’s Report, says Exit of Akpeki from Delta PDP is a Plus to the Party

Chief Sunny Onuesoke

Chief Sunny Onuesoke


LAGOS OCTOBER 20TH (URHOBOTODAY)-Delta State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Acting Spokesman, Chief Sunny Onuesoke has reiterated that the exit of Mr. Paulinius Akpeki and others from Delta State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is of great benefit to the party in the state.
Onuesoke who made the statement while reacting to a media publication titled, “PDP nervous over Akpeki Exit to APC- Egbo Jaro” told newsmen in Warri Delta State that instead of being nervous, the party has become more focus and stabilize because people like Akpeki, Omovudu Jaro Egbo and their cohorts found of creating confusion and crisis in the party were rejected by the party.
Describing the defection of Akpeki from PDP to APC as good riddance to bad rubbish, Onuesoke recalled that Akpeki and his likes were responsible for giving Delta PDP a bad name, adding that his exist from the party was celebrated by all and sundry.
He argued that Akpeki was an insignificant excess luggage to PDP fight in Delta Central and Delta State, adding that he was already a known minus to PDP hence the news of his exit was heralded with jubilation in the party.
According to him, “All the position Akpeki held both at Federal and state level he had nothing to show for them in term of achievements. As board member at the federal level he could not perform. In 2003, Akpeki became chairman of Delta Waste Management Board. He is the worst chairman in the history of the board. Refuse were not collected and the state became littered with hips of waste. He was sacked and replaced by Hon. Austin Ogbaburhon Okpoviekpurai. Even as Delta Commissioner of Housing in 2007, he rubbished the system.”
Onuesoke affirmed that the exit of Akpeki and his cohorts like Omovudu Jaro Egbo have cleared the way for true PDP in Delta State, adding that they were political prostitutes claiming to be PDP, but were playing anti-party politics and destroying the image of PDP in the state.
He said they defected not because they wanted to, but they did it out of frustration because they knew that the party had discovered their anti-party and blackmailing tricks and decided to put them where they belonged.
He described Omovudu Jaro Egbo as a known political prostitute who love to reap where he did not sow,

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