UPDATE: Why I Dumped YPP For APC – Ifeanyi Ubah

UPDATE: Why I Dumped YPP For APC – Ifeanyi Ubah

by Victor Ndubuisi

Ifeanyi Ubah, the senator representing Anambra South in the National Assembly, has stated that he left the Young Progressive Party (YPP) for the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) due to irreconcilable differences inside his former party.

Ubah also stated that he joined the APC because of President Bola Tinubu’s exceptional leadership since becoming the country’s leader.

President Tinubu, he continued, is a politician who understands sorrow and knows how to soothe people, and he has the ability to lead the country on the path of prosperity and development.

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The Anambra lawmaker, on the other hand, noted that the Igbo people have always found it difficult to join the national party due to their thoughts and emotions.


He said, “I want to be sincere. It has always been difficult for the Igbo people to cue into the national party because of our sentiments and emotions.

“But, since our president has emerged, and I put that challenge to each Igbo man today in Nigeria, about 70 to 80 per cent of them drive their wealth from the legacy that the president has left in Lagos. Our president is a politician who understands pains and how to console people. He has that capacity.

“It is also important for me to tell our people about the appointment of Dave Umahi as the minister of works for the very first time, irrespective of our very low turnout of votes for him.

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“Our president is rewarding those who didn’t vote for him. For that, it will be very difficult for any man with a conscience not to look at the direction of the central party. I consulted widely. I don’t see anyone who will come against my coming into the APC.”

Speaking further, Ubah promised to handover Anambra to the ruling APC, saying that he has informed the President of his concerns regarding the South East.

He added, “It is not all about talking. It is about doing. I believe in action and I am going to deliver. I have made my complaints to Mr President in front of the Senate President and Mr President has graciously given me his words that he will support me.”



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