Doyin hints on political ‘Tsunami’ after Alaibe, 10,000 supporters dumped APC for PDP

Doyin Okupe, a former aide to immediate past president Goodluck Jonathan, has reacted to the defection of Chief Tim Alaibe from the All Progressives Congress, APC, alongside his supporters to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

According to Daily Post: “Alaibe, who was a former Managing Director of Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, and former Special Adviser to the President on Presidential Amnesty Programme, said he left APC along with 10,000 supporters because the ruling party doesn’t keep to promises.

He was quoted as saying: “You can see that APC house is in chaos.

We are coming back to PDP to support you so you can continue to invest in other areas including what you have already done in the health sector like the diagnostic centre.”

Okupe, reacting to the former NDDC boss’ defection alongside others, hinted that a political ‘Tsunami’ is in the making as PDP is back with full force.

The former presidential spokesman wrote: “Patriots return to join PDP liberation army..Atiku, Saraki, Dogara, Kwankwaso, NASS members.

“Govs Tambuwal, Ortom; Dep govs Niger and Kano. Now Hon Chibudom, Ita Giwa, Tim Alaibe! Definitely a Tsunami is in the making.
Game over.

“PDP; the people’s power we are back bigger and blazing.”

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