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Eight Commissioners Dump APC For PDP in Adamawa

By David Odama

No fewer than eight Commissioners, 3 lawmakers have denounced their    membership of the ruling-All Progressives Congress (APC) for the opposition-Peoples Democratic Party( PDP) in Adamawa state.
Similarly, some local government chairmen on the platform of  the   APC  in the  State have also dumped the party  for the PDP. 

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Chief Uche Secondus who received the decampees in  Yola Saturday at the  Atiku presidential grand rally  named Alh Ibrahim Mijinyawa,  ministry of land and survey,  Alh Umar Daware,   ministry of commerce and industry, who physically attended the rally on behalf of  other commissioners. 
Three members of the Adamawa state house of Assembly and some local government chairmen and their councilors who also dumped the ruling party for PDP were received.
According to the PDP national chairman, “with the large turnout of members, it is an indication that PDP  is now a party of choice which  in a couple of  weeks, there will be a political tsunami that will  crumble  APC in the country “. 
According to Secondus who said  the People’s Democratic Party is on a rescue mission to amend the evils perpetrated by APC however  debunked the insinuation that Nigerian Youths are lazy, stressing that they are resourceful and energetic in all ramifications. 
He therefore appealed to all PDP stakeholders,  members  and  other Nigerians to join hand with the party  to ensure the return of PDP  to governance in 2019 in the interest of the country. 
Another party stakeholder, Senator Ben Bruce, a senator from Bayelsa State said, Nigerians need a President that can read and write and not  a president that would be dictating for.

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