National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Adams Oshiomhole said on Wednesday that the governors of Imo and Ogun State were behaving like poor students of their own history.
Rochas Okorocha is the Imo State governor while Ibikunle Amosun is the Osun State governor. Both of them are senatorial candidates of their party.
Mr Oshiomhole said while receiving APC women leaders from Edo State and the FCT that the governors had forgotten that they lost elections before winning on the APC platform.
“Those who think our political future is tied to them; they are poor students of their own political history. Some of these people who talk as if they are invincible, they have forgotten that they have run elections in the past and lost until they abandoned their parties and joined us. So if they return back, history will repeat itself.
“In Imo state today, APC will win more votes. My focus is on ordinary Imo voters because on that day, the governor would have only one vote, his son-in-law would have only one vote while his Commissioner for Happiness would have only one vote,” Oshiomhole said.
Both governors have been embroiled in a battle with the party leadership which has seen their favourite candidates for state governorship tickets lose and decamp to other parties.