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PDP to Al-Makura: Leave us out of your predicament

PDP national publicity secretary, Olisa Metuh, in a statement on Sunday,  said the governor should look inwards and find answers to his challenges as the…

PDP national publicity secretary, Olisa Metuh, in a statement on Sunday,  said the governor should look inwards and find answers to his challenges as the chief executive of his state instead of promoting ‘trite excuses of external influences’.
Restating that it has no hands in the political development in Nasarawa  State, the PDP said the impeachment move against Governor Al-Makura remains a local issue in the state adding that the provisions of the laws and constitution of the nation are very clear on such processes.
The PDP said, “Nigerians may recall that at the wake of the impeachment move in Narasawa State, we came out clearly to restate our non-involvement in the saga and went ahead to charge our lawmakers across the country to ensure that their actions are strictly guided by the provisions of the law. We have also severally challenged the governor and the APC to provide evidence of the alleged involvement of the Presidency or the PDP in the crisis.
“We are taken aback by the series of unfounded allegations, insults,  blackmails and threats sponsored against the Presidency and the PDP, all in the bid to subvert constitutional provisions, undermine democratic institutions and ultimately establish a reign of impunity in the state as obtainable in other APC states.
“Our advice to the APC and Nasarawa state governor is that in as much as  neither the PDP nor the Presidency is involved in the impeachment saga, resorting to baseless allegations, cheap blackmails, threats and  violence against the state legislature, the PDP and the Presidency will not help them.

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