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APC PCC Member, Abdulrazaq Gidado Abubakar, Others Dump Tinubu

Posted by Thandiubani on Fri 17th Feb, 2023 -

Abubakar said that his decision to leave the APC was because of how the state chapter of the party is run.

Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress has lost a member of his presidential campaign team to the Peoples Democratic Party.
This comes after Alhaji Abdulrazaq Gidado Abubakar, a member of the Stakeholders Relations for Tinubu/Shettima Presidential Campaign Council on Friday dumped the party and joined the PDP.
Abubakar said that his decision to leave the APC was because of how the state chapter of the party is run and the seeming selfishness of some party members who are only concerned with their personal interests and nothing else.
He disclosed that he left the APC with his over Twenty Thousand member followers and was officially received into the PDP by the Taraba state governor Darius Ishaku on Thursday.

“I have decided to withdraw my membership from APC. I am presently a member of Presidential Campaign Council and was member of APC Legal Committee of the 2022 APC Convention, An aspirant of Taraba APC state chairman. I am also a former UDP Gubernatorial aspirant, and the pioneer managing director of Taraba state tourism developments board.

“I am moving with my structure of over 100 persons per ward totalling over 20,000 members who have voluntarily decided to follow me out of loyalty and frustration with developments in our party.

“Yesterday the 16th February 2023, I was officially received by his Excellency the Executive Governor of Taraba state Architect Darius Ishaku to PDP. I am tired with the way things are going on in the APC at the state level. The main players are all selfish and think nothing of the party. Nobody is willing to calm down. It is either self or nobody else” he said

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