Senator Rochas Okorocha has expressed fear that the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), may go into extinction by the time President Buhari’s tenure expires in 2023.
Okorocha said this while reacting to the crisis rocking the party in Edo state where the state governor, Godwin Obaseki and APC National chairman and Obaseki’s predecessor, Adams Oshiomole, are battling for control of the party in the state. Just yesterday, political thugs attacked the state governor, the Oba of Lagos and some dignitaries that attended a function at Oshiomole’s residence.
Speaking to journalists in Kano state yesterday November 2nd, Okorocha said any political party that has the level of internal crisis being experienced in the ruling party is bound to fail.
A political party should be a group of people who share common political interest and beliefs; people who pursue a common goal or common objective for the good of the common man. That will be my understanding of a political party, but any…
Source: Linda Ikeji