Senator Ifeanyi Ubah reveals switching from YPP Party to APC for the betterment of the South-East region under the leadership of Tinubu.

admin October 13, 2023
Updated 2023/10/13 at 7:09 AM

During a visit to the APC National Secretariat in Abuja, Senator Ifeanyi Ubah, formerly of the Young Peoples Party (YPP), stated that he joined the All Progressive Congress (APC) in order for the South-East region to benefit from President Bola Tinubu’s government.

Ubah stressed that President Tinubu’s administration is inclusive, even extending its rewards to those who did not vote for him.

Consequently, Ubah explained that it would be challenging for someone with a conscience to not align themselves with the governing party.

“Nobody will oppose my decision to join the APC,” he confidently stated. Prior to his defection, Ubah revealed that he had engaged in extensive discussions with his political family and other prominent figures in the South-East region.

He further emphasized that actions speak louder than words, expressing his belief in taking tangible steps. Ubah assured President Tinubu that he would deliver on his promises, recounting his grievances to him in the presence of the Senate President, who pledged his support.

Ubah acknowledged the historical difficulties faced by the Igbo people in aligning with a national party due to sentiments and emotions. However, he commended the president’s understanding of these challenges and his ability to provide solace to all.

Upon receiving Ubah, Ganduje, the APC chairman, hailed him as the most significant politician to join the party during his tenure. He expressed confidence that Ubah’s defection would have a positive impact.

Ubah stated that he firmly believes in the APC’s commitment to good governance, economic development, and social progress. He also expressed his conviction that each member of the party is aligned on important national issues, which is crucial for achieving the promises made by any credible politician.

He especially wants to fulfill the promises he made to his constituents in order to improve their lives.

The lawmakers also explained that although they have been leaders in the Young Progressive Party for many years and are grateful for the opportunities and experiences it has given them, they feel it is necessary to align themselves with a party that has the capability to effectively address the numerous challenges facing the nation and their constituency.

They have been impressed by President Bola Tinubu’s renewed hope initiative and have decided to join in order to integrate their senatorial district into this commendable mission.

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