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Ekwueme report grants Atiku waiver

But in a swift reaction, Atiku’s campaign office dismissed the insinuation that the former Vice President’s ambition may be threatened by his present status, saying…

But in a swift reaction, Atiku’s campaign office dismissed the insinuation that the former Vice President’s ambition may be threatened by his present status, saying the Ekwueme report granted a waiver to him.

The statement said Turaki Adamawa is entitled to a waiver like all other returnees to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), pointing out that “We do not believe that the party is adopting a different sort of rules in the waiver for Atiku and his associates. We believe that the PDP will make a proper announcement on the issue when it deems fit, as we have been repeatedly assured.”

The case of Atiku Abubakar was raised by journalists when Alkali read out the names of party members who returned to the PDP and whose requests for waivers were granted and approved by NEC.

Among the new entrants whose requests for waivers were granted and endorsed at Thursday’s NEC were Senator Suleiman Nazif Gamawa (Bauchi), Umar Kumaila andAlhaji Mohammed Goni (Borno), Governor Theodore Orji along with the members of Abia State House of Assembly as well as Senator Uche Chukwumerije and Senator Iheanacho Obioma (Abia).

From Yobe State were Senator Usman Albishir, Senator Lawan Jalo Zarami, Zakariya Galadima, Tijani Zanna Zakariya, John Jonga, Hassan Jonga, Hassan Abba, Abdullahi Kakumi Musa, Sherif Abdullahi, Mustapha Bolibe, Hajiya Adama Adamu, M. Ngurnoma Maidala and Alhaji Sani A. Idi


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