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I’m not leaving PDP – Aliyu

A statement issued by his chief press secretary, Israel Ebije, said the  report that he and his Jigawa State counterpart, Sule Lamido, intended to leave…

A statement issued by his chief press secretary, Israel Ebije, said the  report that he and his Jigawa State counterpart, Sule Lamido, intended to leave PDP for the All Progressives Party (APC) was spurious.
 Aliyu said he led the G-7 to advocate for sanity in the PDP, adding that what they fought a patriotic war and results were recorded and now the ruling party was set for victorious outings in the next general elections.
He said that the PDP has overcome its challenges, adding what led to the formation of G-7 and new PDP shouldn’t be misconstrued as moves to cross to the opposition or divide the ruling party but a move to bring sanity to the PDP.
 The statement said: “Let me once again state clearly that I don’t have intentions to leave PDP for any political party. For me, I don’t think it is proper for a politician to engage in changing party platform as a strategy. It only exposes the person or group as unserious or inconsistent.
 “In my own opinion, I think coming back to your political fold after leaving for another platform is a welcome idea but the reverse is the case once you leave for a different turf entirely. I am indeed very glad PDP has overcome its challenges and set to win at the next general elections.”

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