Eze described the PDP, which had lost five of its governors to the APC, as a sinking ship that would soon go into political oblivion.
He told The PUNCH in a telephone interview on Thursday that rather than continue to display ‘unnecessary’ bravado, the PDP should get ready to hand over to the APC in 2015.
He pointed out that the only way any reasonable politician could remain relevant from 2015 was to join the APC since the PDP had already lost its value.
The APC leader said, “Let us face the fact; the PDP should stop displaying unnecessary bravado. The APC is where any progressive and sensitive Nigerian politician wants to be. In Kaduna and Katsina, the people are already moving to the APC.
“The PDP that was in the majority up till few weeks ago is now in the minority. Where did their members go? Of course they are here with us in the APC.
“Why would anyone say the APC is doomed. You can see that such a statement is lacking in logic. It is the PDP that is doomed and not the APC.
“By the first quarter of 2014, seven more governors will join the APC and maybe that is when the PDP will realise that it (PDP) has finally sunk.”
Eze, a former National Publicity Secretary of the defunct New Peoples Democratic Party, promised that the APC would remain steadfast in its resolve to make a change in the way things were being done in the country.tweet