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APC celebrate as over 500 PDP members defect to APC in Jigawa


APC celebrate as over 500 PDP members defect to APC in Jigawa



Transfer window continues between the political parties in Nigeria as over 500 members of People Democratic Party (PDP)
have defected to All Progressives Congress (APC) in Roni Local
Government Area of  Jigawa State.





The defectors were received by the state’s APC chairman, Alhaji Ado
Sani Kiri, during an organised grand political rally held at the Roni
Motel.




In his speech, the representative of the state  ‎party chairman,
Alhaji Abdullahi Gumel, declared that the feat in the area would nail
the coffin, suggesting the ‘death’ of the PDP in the state.



According to him, “In APC there is no difference between a new member
and an old one, what matters most is how committed and loyal you are to
the party’s manifesto”.




Also speaking at the gathering, an aspirant for the seat representing
Kazaure/Roni/Yankwashi/ Gwiwa Federal constituency, Alhaji Kabiru
Muhammed Roni, commended the courage and wisdom exhibited by the
defectors for dumping the PDP.




Alhaji Roni who is the key player in wooing the defectors in to the
APC, promised to carry the new members along, work with them towards the
victory of the party in the state and nation at large.




Speaking on behalf of the defectors who came from across the seven
political wards of the locality, Malam Isa Naradi said, they dumped the
PDP for the APC in recognition of exemplary leadership demonstrated by
Governor Muhammadu Badaru in the state, and also to support the
candidature of Alhaji Kabiru Muhammed who they described as a man of
integrity and trust worthy.
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