Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State has assured that no All Progressives Congress (APC) governor is leaving the party.
He made this known while fielding questions from newsmen at a public lecture on ‘Party politics and quest for credible elections in Nigeria’ organized by the Aminu Kano Center for Democratic Research and Training.
According to Oshiomhole, no governor is leaving the party on account of how the party’s national convention went, saying it is normal in every political setting to have certain factions expressing dissatisfaction with the outcome of the convention.
He added that such disagreements do not imply that the convention was not fair and credible, stressing that in his own view, the convention was a wonderful one and that he is proud to be associated with it.
“APC’s convention was aired live and everybody had seen what transpired there. However, it is widely agreed that the majority will always have their way and the minority will always have their say. Therefore, these complaints here and there are from those that felt different from what the majority have felt”, he said.