Magnus Abe finally fires SDP from APC

Magnus Abe finally fires SDP from APC

Former senator Magnus Abe, representing Rivers South-East Senatorial District, has said he will rejoin his former political party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), to support President Bola Tinubu’s development agenda.

Abe, who was the Social Democratic Party's gubernatorial candidate in the 2023 general election, previously said in an interview that he intended to return to the ruling party.

At a stakeholder meeting held with some members of the SDP in Port Harcourt on Wednesday, Prime Minister Abe said he has officially joined the APC.

He said his return to the APC would enable him to work with other well-meaning Nigerians to support President Tinubu’s administration and enable Rivers people to participate in the development of the centre.

Prime Minister Abe said the responsibility for bringing peace within the party lies in the readiness of all party members, regardless of their position, to work for the progress of the party.

He said he was a member of the team when the party’s caretaker chairman, Tony Okocha, was in the APC.

According to Prime Minister Abe, “We are not joining the party as individuals, but as founding members of the party and grassroots supporters of President Tinubu. We support President Tinubu's development policies. We believe that it is appropriate to be a member of a party that

“I think all of us have learned a lesson or two about how we can make the party work. We are open-minded and ready to work with everyone in the party.” . We believe that anyone with a sincere interest in the development of the party should be ready to participate.”


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