Keyamo asserts that the ruling APC won the election in the country’s eastern area despite the Labour Party’s protestations.
Festus Keyamo, the minister of state for labor and employment, has boasted that the All Progressives Congress, or APC, is the dominant force in the South-East.
Despite the noise made by the Labour Party, the All Progressives Congress, or APC, emerged as the dominant party in the country’s eastern area, according to a spokesperson for the APC’s presidential campaign council.
Keyamo did not spare the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, either, adding that the South-Easters lost interest in them since they were taken for granted.
This was included in a tweet sent on Monday by Keyamo.
In response to Peter Obi and the Labour Party’s clamor, he wrote, “Guess what? The APC has six senators-elect, the same number as the Labour Party, while YPP, APGA, and PDP each have one. The APC also has two governors (one to replace another in Ebonyi), compared to the LP’s one, APGA’s one, and PDP’s one.
“PDP just vanished off their radar for taking the South-Easters for granted! All of our APC South Eastern brothers and sisters deserve a special thank you for metaphorically pulling the chestnuts out of the fire! Daalu! Please accept my respects.