Why I decided to dump PDP now || Ondo Dep. Gov. wants you to know this

by Anike Jacobs


Ondo State Deputy Governor Ali Olanusi  who quit the political party PDP and subsequently joined rival party APC this morning, has explained why he did it.

Olanusi became the deputy governor of Ondo in 2009 as a member of the Labour Party (LP).

Governor Olusegun Mimiko, who was also once a member of LP. The pair defected from LP to PDP together in 2014.

In a statement Thursday afternoon, Mr. Olanusi said he decided to join the All Progressives Congress after realising that the party offers a platform where he can find justice, fairness and equity.

“While still being in place as the democratically elected Deputy Governor of Ondo State, I have decided to lead my teeming supporters and well wishers in the state into the All Progressive Congress (APC) where we can find justice, fairness, equity and democratic liberty, a party to which majority of our kith and kins in Yorubaland belongs.

“I have taken this decision at this critical time, in the best interest of peace, stability and good governance of our dear state and for the overall development of the South West and the nation.”

“They (his followers) have watched helplessly in the last six years years the untold marginalisation and total exclusion from the government they laboured to put in place,” he explained.

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