The governorship candidate of the Alliance for Democracy, AD, in Ondo State, in the 2018 election, Chief Olusola Oke, on Thursday in Akure, said he regretted returning to All Progressives Congress, APC.
Oke, who spoke at a meeting with his supporters at his residence in the 18 council areas of the state in Akure, declared that he suffered humiliation in APC.
During the interactive session with his supporters, the leaders of his groups that spoke through their representatives from the council area, said that they were tired of the party following the maltreatment, insults and marginalisation they have suffered since joining the APC family mostly from the state Governor, Arakunrin Rotimi Akeredolu.
In his response, Oke said: "I regret taking you back to the APC. I want to sincerely apologize to you. It was not my fault.
"There is no humiliation I have not been subjected to in the APC , "there is nothing that has not been done to reduce my political relevance. "I have decided not to keep quiet again. I don't care what anybody may say. If you push a goat to the wall, it will fight back."
The APC chieftain, has apologized to his followers to be weary of a another wind of change that will blow the APC soon which may collapse the shaky structure of the party in the state. He however said that, leaving the party is imminent.