Other nPDP Members Yet To Decamp For Fear Of Irrelevance – Oshomah

Channels Television  
Updated November 27, 2013

A legal practitioner, Liborous Oshomah, on Wednesday said that the reason some members of the nPDP are yet to decamp to the APC is because they are afraid they would end up losing out in the struggle for power.

Speaking on Channels Television’s breakfast programme, Sunrise Daily, Mr Oshomah averred that the cross carpeting of some PDP governors to the APC would have no political consequences as the Federal Government controls everything including INEC.

He added that elections in Nigeria had not been proper conducted and that majority of the governors were elected through the influence of a god-father.

Oshomah also said that “politics in Nigeria is starved of ideology, as politicians are fond of hopping from one party to another, hence the alliance is not about ideology but about personal interests.”

He stated that the crisis in the ruling party was nothing new as the PDP had always been the PDP’s opposition.

Speaking about the reason some aggrieved members of the PDP are yet to decamp, Oshomah explained that they were aware they would cease to be relevant once they no longer wield power.