The party chairman urged the new members to obtain their Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) as it was the only means by which they could secure victory for the party.
Balogun said the party had commenced the registration of new members nationwide and urged the new members to register to be fully integrated.
Ese said he and other members of the group were delighted to leave the PDP to join “the progressive party’’.
He said the decision of the group to leave the PDP was because of the strides of Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode in Lagos.
Ese said they were also motivated by the charismatic leadership of the national leader of the party, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, and the achievements of the APC at the national level.
“We would have joined the APC a long time ago, we love the party, we love Tinubu but because Dr Goodluck Jonathan was the then President and we thought we could not work against our Niger Delta brother.
“But after so much pressure both within the Niger Delta and outside the region to join the APC, seeing the wonders of Ambode in Lagos and the charisma of Tinubu, we finally decided to be here.
“We are pledging our full allegiance to the party because we have realised this is the party to be.
“We are so happy to be here and we will do our best to take the party to the next level,’’ he said.