Sen. Orji Popular Than Abia APC, Members Put Together.

 Immediate past Governor of Abia State, Senator Theodore Orji has waved aside the allusion that he is courting the Abia State All Progressive Congress (APC), saying his political ambition is to enormous to be actualized in the party.

 He also said that he is an institution in Abia State and much more popular than Abia APC and its members put together and as such does not see himself thriving in a political party that domiciles individuals he defeated severally in elections and subdued politically.

 This is contained in a press release on Friday by his Media Adviser, Don Norman Obinna while reacting to a statement credited to a former Speaker, Abia State House of Assembly, Mr. Stanley Ohajiruka who said that Abia APC will reject Sen. Orji if and when he nurses the ambition to join the party.




Sen. Orji said that though he appreciates how desperately Ohajiruka and his allies want to get out of political oblivion through APC and how essential it is to first make the party acceptable to Abians, but “doing so with the allusion that a juggernaut and political game changer like him will consider dumping PDP for APC is tantamount to action in escapism.”

 “Ohajiruka deliberately wants to give respiration to down for the count Abia State All Progressive Congress (APC), with Sen. Orji’s gargantuan political image. “Senator Orji is an institution in Abia State and much more popular than Abia APC and its members put together.

His ambition is too enormous to be actualized in a party which domiciles individuals he defeated severally in elections and subdued ad infinitum politically.

 “Instead of this gross exhibition of fanfaronade and phony intrepidity, we advice Ohajiruka and others of that ilk to show compunction, humble themselves before Senator Orji to see how they can be readmitted to the PDP and their political career invigorated. “We understand how Abia APC wishes to have Sen.

Orji in its fold as such move will give immediate respiration to it and make it a party to beat in Abia State. But as the aphorism goes, if wishes were horses’ beggars will ride,” the press statement reads.

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