Returning to PDP is like repackaging vomit for lunch – Oshiomhole

Returning to PDP is like repackaging vomit for lunch – Oshiomhole

Chairman of ruling All Progressives Congress, Adams Oshiomhole, on Thursday said members of the party who mull a return to the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) could be likened to persons who repackage their earlier vomit for a lunch.

Oshiomhole stated this when he hosted Benue state governor, Samuel Ortom, and other chieftains of the party in Abuja.

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His comments were in reaction to prominent members of the party who are believed to be on their way out of the ruling party, including Ortom, Senate President, Bukola Saraki; Speaker, House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara; Sokoto and Kwara state governors, Aminu Tanbuwal and Abdulfatah Ahmed respectively, among others.

He said: “People who are hovering around must know that only people without honour will vomit in the morning, and in the afternoon, they convert it to launch. People like Ortom who have honour cannot leave PDP, just three and a half years ago, with his eyes open, and two to three years later, there are some tensions in his master’s bedroom, and he is thinking of returning to People Deceiving People.

“He is a man of honour. He knows that one should make one step forward, and take the second step to consolidate. That is the way to go. And, be assured that PDP can go and do whatever they want to go. It won’t change the mind of those who are convinced about building the future. It will not be without contestation.

“It will be based on the understanding that we can have contestation, we have the qualities required to resolve issues.”

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