Ogbanna Nwuke, the All Progressives Congress’s (APC) immediate past Publicity Secretary in Rivers State, has formally left the party.
Nwuke just resigned from his role as the party’s spokesman.
Nwuke told journalists in Port Harcourt on Monday that his decision was prompted by his perception of “marginalization and abandonment of Etche people” under the watchful eye of his friend and the current federal government administration run by the APC.
The former APC spokesman, on the other hand, said that he has yet to select which political party to join, but that he had not ruled out the People’s Democratic Party as a possible next stop, even as he stated that he had now decided to “identify with people who aspire to be president.”
Nwuke claimed that Etche people had not felt any “impact of the federal government” for six years, especially in terms of “empowerment, appointment, and infrastructural development.”
He argued that it was wrong for him to be in a party that promised change to his constituents but never delivered it.
The former APC spokesman also expressed satisfaction with the fact that he left the party more united than when he took over information management.