Dennis Alonge Suffering from Defeat Hang-over – Ondo PDP

The Ondo state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has reacted to the official defection of Mr. Dennis Alonge, who was received into the All Progressives Congress (APC) from the PDP on Friday.

Alonge had in a ceremony attended by governor Rotimi Akeredolu in Akure led his followers to declare their supports and loyalties to the APC.

While Speaking at the defection ceremony, Alonge said the PDP in Ondo state has been taken over by a vulture, while adding that their is no redemption in sight for the Party.

However, while reacting to the development, the PDP in a statement signed by Mr. Kennedy Ikantu Peretei, the Party’s state Publicity secretary, and sent to Nigeriancablenewsonline.com, said Alonge left the Party before the October 10, 2020 gubernatorial election in the state, while adding that he is suffering from hang-over of defeat.

According to the PDP PRO;
“The supposed defection of Dennis Alonge-Niyi from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), to the All Progressives Congress (APC) is unworthy of a response, but for the need to straighten the record.”

“Recall that the last PDP State Congress was held on 4th August, 2020 in which Dennis Alonge-Niyi participated seeking the office of State Chairman. Based on his antecedents in the party, he was roundly defeated at the Congress. He scored 348 votes as against 1,341 scored by Alhaji Fatai Adams. Even though, he openly embraced the winner, his utterances and activities since then, portrayed him as a mole in the party.”

“During the October 10, 2020 Governorship Elections, Alonge-Niyi shamelessly worked for the APC’s Governorship Candidate. As a matter of fact, the logistics support for the elections was coordinated for the APC from his house.”

“It is not only ridiculous and laughable for such a character to say he is defecting from the PDP, when indeed, he has been working with the APC all along. Such behaviour smacks of a person lacking in integrity and honesty. As far as the PDP is concerned, Dennis Alonge-Niyi had exited the party since 2020 on the strength of his anti-party activities.”

“It is apparent that, he still suffers from the hang-over of his miserable loss during the State Congress. His remarks on the leadership of the party in the States are comments from a frustrated person.”

“Our party wishes him the very best of luck, as he begins his journey to political obscurity and oblivion.” He added.

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