ABIA GUBER PRIMARY: Greg Ibe Reacts To His Name Appearing On PDP’s Result Sheet

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ABIA GUBER PRIMARY: Greg Ibe Reacts To His Name Appearing On PDP’s Result Sheet

Prof. Greg Ibe, a 2023 governorship aspirant under the platform of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), have reacted to his name appearing on the result sheet of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP)’ guber primary.

Recall that Ibe had dumped the PDP for APGA to continue his governorship ambition. He had cited lies, betrayal as reasons for his defection. READ HERE

The Abia PDP primary election held at the Umuahia Township stadium on Wednesday, has the result as;

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Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe – 5

Enyinnaya Nwafor – 4

Sampson Orji – 4

Rt. Hon. Sir Ude Oko Chukwu – 6

Senator Emma Nwaka – 4

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Prof. Greg Ibe – 2

Ezinwanyi Jonah – 5

Lucky Igbokwe – 45

Prof Uche Ikonne – 468

Reacting, a statement released by Prof Greg Ibe Media Associates, ProGIMA, read in part;

ABIA PDP GUBER PRIMARIES: PROF IBE NOT A MEMBER OF PDP
We have observed with distaste the disdainful antics of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to attempt to accord credibility and authenticity to their recently held governorship primaries in Abia State by sneaking in the name of Prof Gregory Ibe among the list of contestants in the election.

For avoidance of doubt, Prof Gregory Ibe formally resigned his membership of the PDP through a letter dated 30th March 2022 addressed to the Abia State Chairman of the Party, which was appropriately delivered and acknowledged by the Chairman of Achara Mbaugwu Ward 7 in Isuikwuato Local Government Area. He subsequently took up membership with the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) and thereafter joined the governorship race under the banner of the Party.

It is important to point out that apart from receiving the PDP expression of interest form collected by a group of friends for him, and subsequent public declaration on 9th March 2022, Prof Ibe didn’t fill or return any nomination form to the party, and neither did he participate in the governorship screening exercise, which from all intents and purposes remain a sine qua nun for all contestants.

One therefore wonders how the name of Prof Ibe, who since making the widely publicized declaration titled “Message of Hope and Direction” on Easter Sunday 17 April 2022, has since moved on with his bid to realize ‘A New Abia’ under the APGA platform would resurface in the result sheet of PDP governorship primaries but for the handiwork of mischief makers whose chief aim is to accord legitimacy and acceptability to a failed exercise through the ingenuity of name dropping also known in the Abia political lexicon as ‘gamjism’.

For the purpose of emphasis, Prof Gregory Ibe ceased to be a member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on 30th March 2022 and subsequently couldn’t have participated in the party’s governorship primaries of 25th May 2022.

The leaders of PDP in Abia state are therefore enjoined to take steps to correct this misinformation failure of which will compel Prof Gregory Ibe Campaign Organization (GICO) to seek other legal means of redress.

ProGIMA-Prof Gregory Ibe Media Associates

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