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I Was A Special Adviser For Uduaghan In PDP, But I Left For The APC After Being Chased Out -Ugwumba

A former member of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP and a Canadian professor of Medicine and family health, Mrs Rukevwe Ugwumba has revealed how she left her former party, where she noted that she was chased out by the government in the state.

Rukevwe Ugwumba who is now a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC in Delta state noted that at the time she was still in the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, she was a special adviser for the then Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan.

The member of the APC who was speaking on Arise News during a programme stressed that she wasn't happy with the Okowa's government which eventually led them to chase her out from the administration in 2015.

She said... "I wasn't happy at all with the Okowa's administration, and as you know, I was the special adviser to Uduaghan, so they pretty much chased all of us out of the government, and it is interesting that Uduaghan is back with Okowa, but we know how the antagonism was, there was no room for a rookie in that government, and so that's why I was pretty much chased out, and left the PDP, and so I went to APC in 2015, and I have been in the APC since then"

Recall that the All Progressives Congress, APC in Delta state have asked for the votes to be counted again, emphasizing that they had won the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP in the state.

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