PDP Is A Party Filled With Sadistic, Ungrateful People — Orubebe

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Godsday Orubebe
Godsday Orubebe

A former Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Godsday Orubebe, has described the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) as one filled with ungrateful and sadistic elements.

The former minister, a member of the PDP said this while speaking with Vanguard. He added that the PDP is a party that kills the spirit of loyalty, love, and commitment of members.

The elder statesman who is, always remembered as the man who obstructed the collation of results in 2015, when it was apparent that Muhammadu Buhari was winning and Goodluck Jonathan, the incumbent president was losing.

READ: 2019 Election: Ex Ministers, Jerry Gana, Orubebe, Adeniran, Others Dump PDP, Defects To SDP

He described the party as doing sadistic things both at the local government, state and national levels and it is very painful.

The former minister said: The Peoples Democratic Party is a party of so many ungrateful and sadistic people, and sometimes it sounds funny when I see and hear some of them talk on the television, radio and in the newspaper.

“One day we shall come out to call names with facts and history. It is a party that kills the spirit of loyalty, love, and commitment,” he said.

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