BREAKING News!!! Abia PDP Set To Split as Gov Ikpeazu Plots to Unseat Abaribe

Abia state chapter of the People’s Democratic Party has been having a serious crisis which has taken a fresh twist ahead of the 2019 general elections as Governor Okezie Ikpeazu reportedly plots for Senator Enyimba’s Abaribe’s replacement.

Governor Ikpeazu who comes from the same Local Government Area with Senator Abaribe, (representing Abia South Senatorial district) is of the opinion that Abaribe’s ambition will undermine his chances of a second term as the governor of Abia state.

Reliable sources within the party who spoke with 042report revealing that Gov. Ikpeazu has not relented on his efforts to unseat Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe even as the 3rd time Senator scaled through the hurdles placed for him by Government forces which saw key Government officials run against him for the party’s ticket.

Our source revealed that it is not yet Uhuru for the Senator as Abia state Government in cahoot with one of the Senatorial Aspirants from Ukwa area has concluded plans to push the Senator out in the general election.

Their plan according to our source who sought anonymity is among other things to use one of the opposition party candidate from Ukwa to compensate the Ukwa Bloc.

In this plot, Government will help the candidate shore up votes from Aba North and South, knowing the marginalization sentiment will make him win Ukwa East, West and Ugwunagbo, leaving the embattled Senator with only Obingwa, where which the rigging of last year will be practically impossible with the APC government.

Ikpeazu’s reasons for wanting ABARIBE out according to our impeccable source is to curry the sympathy of the Ukwa bloc and create room for his senatorial ambition come 2023.

STAY TUNED….

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