Ihedioha Set To Dump PDP-Sources

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Rumors swirl as former Imo State Governor, Emeka Ihedioha, prepares to sever ties with the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

Ihedioha, a prominent figure in the PDP and former Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, is at a crossroads amidst mounting pressure urging him to depart from the party that propelled his political ascent.

Supporters rallying under the banner of the Imo Rebuild Organization have vociferously advocated for his departure from the beleaguered PDP, citing its waning influence and the party’s lackluster performance in the November 11, 2023, Imo gubernatorial elections.

Expressing unwavering determination, a key member of the group disclosed to INNONEWS their fervent plea for Ihedioha to embrace the Labour Party as his new political home.

” I can tell you for free that he will leave the PDP. When and how, is unknown. He is expected to speak on his next moves very soon” said a source close to the camp of the former governor.

Despite swirling speculation, Ihedioha has maintained a stoic silence, neither confirming nor denying the reports of his exit from the PDP.

His aides have likewise refrained from commenting on the swirling conjecture, even as it dominates both social and traditional media platforms.

Speculation regarding Ihedioha’s political trajectory intensified following reports suggesting an imminent announcement of his defection to another political after the memorial of his late mother, Dame Dorathy, who passed away last year.

Analysts contend that alternative avenues beckon for Ihedioha’s political renaissance.

Aside the Labour Party, LP, which looks like his next political destination, the African Democratic Congress (ADC) has extended invitation to him to join its fray.

With his sights set on the 2027 Imo governorship race, political observers contend that the fuss about Ihedioha’s move to another party is simply a strategic maneuvering, which underscores his calculated bid to reclaim political relevance in the State.

His decision to withdraw from the 2023 governorship contest, purportedly citing unfair advantages afforded to rival Senator Samuel Anyanwu, underscores the fissures within the Imo PDP.

The longstanding political rivalry between Ihedioha and Anyanwu within the PDP reflects deeper fissures within the party’s Imo State chapter, further complicating Ihedioha’s political calculus as he navigates the turbulent waters of Imo politics ahead of the 2027 guber polls.

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