Mr. Gbenga Daniel, former campaign director of the People’s Democratic Party’s, PDP, presidential campaign council has said he may consider joining the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC), just after announcing his resignation from partisan politics on Saturday.
Two former two-time governor of Ogun state made this known to newsmen on Sunday afternoon, after having an interactive session with his supporters in the state.
Mr. Gbenga said that his supporters have encouraged him to lead them to the All Progressive Congress, seeking that he cannot retire from politics at this time.
“Basically, they said, well, they agree that I could resign from PDP. They said I must lead them to APC and they said I cannot retire from politics.
He further revealed that he will put to consideration the request by his supporters after due consultations.
You may recall that Mr. Gbenga had on Saturday tendered his resignation from the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, in a letter addressed the the party’s national chairman, Uche Nwosu.
He said that the reason he was retiring from politics was to avail him the opportunity to focus more on charitable courses.