Former Senate Leader, Ndoma-Egba, formally joins APC
Former Senate leader, Victor Ndoma-Egba, who resigned
from PDP on September 17th, has formally joined the All
Progressives Congress (APC). Ndoma-Egba, who
represented Cross River Central in the seventh Senate, was
at the APC secretariat in Cross River state today where he
formally joined the party. While speaking to some of the
party chieftains, Ndoma-Egba said
“I came to reciprocate the various courtesy calls
paid to me by chapter chairmen of the APC from the
ward level to the national body of the party and to
tell you that I want to formally join the APC family.
For a long time, it was said that Cross River State
was a one party state.
is no longer tenable today, because the action of the
Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) created a large
pool of IDPs (Internally Displaced Politicians) who
still have political life in them and must continue in
politics. So the IDPs must find a platform to carry
on with their politics. As we continue consultations
with you, I want to assure you that we are aware the
party has a constitution and we must be bound by it.
We want to come to the party with values of
integrity, fair competition and a level playing ground.
should not be done, that impunity is not sustainable.
They have had to pay a high price for impunity.
Whether they have learnt lessons from their
impunity is what I don’t know,” he said.