Former PDP Deputy Chairman Promise Okoro Sparks Controversy with Support for Governor Otti | #NwokeukwuMascot


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In a move that has sparked considerable controversy, Promise Okoro Uzoma, the Immediate Past Deputy Chairman of Bende for the People's Democratic Party (PDP), he announced his support on for the ruling government led by Dr. Alex Otti without resigning from his current party. Okoro's stance has raised eyebrows and led to accusations of political opportunism.

"I will support Governor Otti without tendering a resignation letter from my party," Okoro boldly declared. He emphasized that his support for the government does not necessitate joining the Labour Party (LP), which Otti represents. "Supporting the Government of Dr. Alex Otti doesn’t necessarily mean I will join LP to do so. Those of you expecting a resignation letter from me may wait for a longer time," he added.

Okoro's declaration of neutrality in partisan politics has only added to the controversy. "I don’t think I want to be involved in partisan politics; that is why I said I must be neutral. So, if there is news against PDP, I will post it, and if there is against the government, I will surely post it," he stated. This stance has been interpreted by many as an attempt to have it both ways, leveraging his position without fully committing to either side.

He further insisted on his unpredictability, asserting, "You can’t predict me, and that is one thing I know very well." This comment has led to further speculation about his true political intentions and loyalties.

Addressing his relationship with the former governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, Okoro denied any personal animosity. "I don’t have any issue with Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, but if posting that KPMG report is the issue, then so be it. No apology to anybody; I am not the maker of the report," he stated defiantly. His reference to the KPMG report, which has been critical of the previous administration, suggests a willingness to distance himself from the PDP's recent past without formally breaking ties.

Okoro concluded his message by acknowledging the confusion his actions have caused among his supporters. "I know many of you are confused about how I independently pulled through; you will understand it better bye and bye," he remarked cryptically, leaving his audience with more questions than answers.

His final note, "Happy Sunday, People of God," seemed a stark contrast to the political bombshell he had just dropped, underscoring the unpredictable and contentious nature of his recent statements.


  1. My brother you can not serve two masters at the same time better chose the God you will serve


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