A previous Managing Director of Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, and previous Special Adviser to the President on Presidential Amnesty Program, Chief Timi Alaibe has revealed why he dumped the All Progressives Congress, APC for the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.
Alaibe was formally welcome by the Bayelsa State chapter of the Peoples PDP, yesterday.
The previous NDDC manager was welcome alongside different chieftains of the APC including previous Secretary to Bayelsa State Government, SSG, Chief Gideon Ekeuwei, previous PDP director in the state, Chief Rufus Abadi, and a two-time previous Commissioner for Information in the state, Chief Nathan Egba and more than ten thousand of their supporters.
They were invited back to the PDP by Governor Seriake Dickson and the National Chairman of the PDP, Chief Uche Secondus, who was spoken to by the South-South Zonal Vice-director of the PDP, Mr. Emmanuel Ogidi, in Yenagoa.
Alaibe told the group that “by facilitating us thus, the governor has increased the value of our arrival to the PDP. I should disclose to you that with this rally, pundits are embarrassed on the grounds that they didn’t trust that we would have been received in this way.
“We cleared out All Progressives Congress, APC, since they don’t keep to promises. You can see that their home is in disorder.
“We are returning to help you so you can keep on putting resources into different zones including what you have effectively done in the wellbeing division like the demonstrative focus where a previous president came to be analyzed.”
Likewise speaking, Governor Dickson stated, “APC didn’t know the estimation of Chief Alaibe and all these superb political pioneers. I feel frustrated about them.
“Our siblings and companions, in the new Bayelsa State that we have been making, we have confidence in brotherhood, unity, and solidarity.
“I continue telling everyone that the contradiction of the past has a place with the past. Every one of the oversights of the past have a place with the past. As governor of this state and pioneer of our kin, my worry is what’s to come.”