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PDP national leadership receives Sheriff

Speaking at the official defection of Sheriff from the All Progressives Congress (APC) to the PDP at its national secretariat yesterday, Wakil said “the present…

Speaking at the official defection of Sheriff from the All Progressives Congress (APC) to the PDP at its national secretariat yesterday, Wakil said “the present governor of Borno State is a political apprentice to Sheriff”.
“We will shake Nigeria. In the last 16 years, we have been battling to return Sheriff to our great party, now he has returned. This is time for political re-engineering in Borno State,” he said.
Sheriff also assured of his resolve to deliver the state to PDP beginning from the state governorship position to the presidency, National Assembly and other seats.
“I am joining PDP today to make sure that the people of Borno State that have done me honour; elected me first in the House of Representatives, three times to the Senate and governor, I will be of help for them at a time men and women of Borno are suffering. I will make sure I pay Borno people who have done everything for me,” he said.
“In terms of political benefits, there is no sacrifice that I have made that is too much for Borno. We will make sure that PDP government hoists its flag at the Borno Government House.”
Former Senate President Ken Nnamani and PDP National Chairman Adamu Mu’azu urged party members to be united towards ensuring that the party wins Borno and other opposition states in the country.
Nnamani said, “We are hungry to occupy Borno Government House. We have not tasted the seat for quite some time now.”

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