Emeka Ihedioha Views PDP Exodus in Imo State as Vote of Confidence in His Leadership

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Former Imo State Governor, Emeka Ihedioha, sees the departure of PDP members in Imo State following his exit as affirmation of his leadership qualities, highlighting disillusionment with the party’s trajectory.

In an interview on AriseTV, Ihedioha attributed his departure from PDP to the widespread desire among his supporters for change and revitalization in Imo State.

He expressed disillusionment with PDP’s failure to address internal issues and a reluctance to heed opinions aimed at rejuvenating the party, emphasizing a disconnect between its current stance and its founding principles.

Citing dwindling electoral fortunes and a lack of proactive measures, Ihedioha highlighted the necessity for a platform aligned with progress and inclusive governance.

Following his resignation, a notable wave of resignations encompassing political leaders from various echelons, including former governors, ministers, and party officials, underscored a collective sentiment of support for Ihedioha’s vision of democratic reform and effective governance.


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