Gist: Odili Joins Jonathan To Fight Amaechi; Will They Succeed?  (Read 969 times)

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It is clear that the BIG enemy that PDP wants to bring down at all cost is Governor Rotimi Amaechi. But one man that observed is now part of the anti-Amaechi group of "hungry" politicians is Peter Odili, who lost his bid to become Nigeria's President and also lost out in the battle of who to be made Vice President to late President Umaru Yar'Adua.
Odili is back! This time he is joining President Goodluck Jonathan to fight Amaechi...
But since he had once claimed to have reconciled with Amaechi many would have thought that he would at least remain neutral in the unfolding political battle between Rivers State and Abuja  politicians.

Funny enough, Odili sat next to a man that was a local dude while he was governor Rivers State, when they visited President Jonathan in Aso Rock on Thursday, all in a bid to appear "loyal". What a shame!

Speaking during the visit, Jonathan said the “new PDP” would not condone indiscipline. And it seems he was talking about Speaking Aminu Tambuwal and Governor Amaechi.

In his words: “In a situation where somebody is in a particular political party but his faith is in another political party - for those who are not holding political offices, yes you can excuse - but if you are holding an elective office, you won’t be in that party and be working for another party. Otherwise, why are you there?”

Odili also supported Jonathan by saying that some people [referring to Amaechi?] do not want to submit to the party's authority and insisted that their must be "discipline".
Anyway, Governor Amaechi, who is no longer contesting election in Rivers State as he is in his second term, has responded to the men. He simply said if he left PDP, the party would suffer defeat in next election.


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