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Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by BeeBeeOoh(m): 5:43am On Jul 04, 2018
• Say Baraje, Saraki-led nPDP tied down with endless talks with APC

• To sign MoU with PDP



Iyobosa Uwugiaren in Abuja

Apparently unable to deal with the Alhaji Kawu Baraje-led new Peoples Democratic Party’s (nPDP) slow pace of talks with the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and other smaller political parties in forming a coalition against the All Progressives Congress (APC), another group known as ‘Reformed APC’ has emerged from the aggrieved group within the ruling APC.

Led by former Governor of Kano State, Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso and other top members of the APC, especially at the National Assembly, the new group were formally announce its departure from the ruling party by Friday.

A member of the group told THISDAY in Abuja yesterday, “It appears Baraje and Senate President Bukola Saraki and their group are tied down by their endless discussion with APC.’’

According to the source, one of the leaders of Kwakwansiyya, a political group of Kwankwaso, “I don’t think many of us are comfortable with the slow pace of their political activities. So we have decided to move on. We have less than seven months to the general election and we cannot engage in an endless talk with APC.

“The new group, the Reformed APC being led by Kwankwaso and others, has decided to set up an interim committee with representatives from other parties like the Social Democratic Party (SDP) and other smaller parties to sign Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with PDP.’’

He disclosed that the emerging political group has completed the constitution of its interim committee and would be announced before Friday and early next week.

Asked whether the Baraje-led group has backed out of the conversation to form a coalition against APC or not, the close political associate of the former Kano State governor said, “I do not think so; we just noticed that they are too slow. And we do not have time on our side. They might still come to negotiation table with us and PDP, under the platform of nPDP.

“At the end of the day, we will all end up in PDP, with a strong understanding on how we should relate to defeat APC in the 2019 general election. But on our part, we have gone far with PDP, and the outcome of our discussion will be made known in the next few days.’’

THISDAY reported yesterday that members of the Baraje-led nPDP, an aggrieved group within the ruling APC, held a late night meeting on Monday to determine the way forward.

Among those said to have met included, Saraki; Governor of Sokoto State, Alhaji Aminu Tambuwal, and about 50 lawmakers from both chambers of the National Assembly.

Members of the group appeared to be divided over which party to move to. While majority of them agreed they should move straight to the PDP, others were said to have suggested that they should first and foremost form a coalition with SDP and others before they negotiate with PDP.

THISDAY gathered that the outcome of the conversation by the group was to be made known before Friday, with about 20 APC senators and many members of House of Representatives defecting.

Kwankwaso was in Ado-Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital last week, to inform Governor Ayo Fayose about his resolve to return to PDP.

He also met with former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar on the same issue.

Members of the former nPDP bloc within the APC had addressed a letter dated April 27, 2018 to the then Chairman of the APC, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, where they informed the party of their grievances and expectations from both the party and President Muhammadu Buhari.

Following the development, the party invited them and they met with the leadership of the party.

But following the escalation of hostility by the federal government against leading members of the bloc, including Saraki, Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed, Senator Jonah Jang and Senator Peter Nwaboshi, who were confronted with criminal allegations by state security agencies, the nPDP pulled out of the peace initiatives.

Last week, Baraje said in a statement that the bloc would make its decision on its future with the APC known this week.

https://www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2018/07/04/kwankwaso-others-pull-out-of-apc/amp/

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by Tarzan360(m): 5:48am On Jul 04, 2018
tongue They should avoid the evil party as fast as possible, since they chose go and die as chairman i know everyone will be on the run

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by pluzo: 5:49am On Jul 04, 2018
2019 is becoming very interesting already

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by etebefia: 5:50am On Jul 04, 2018
All for personal gain, PDP or APC still the same criminals, religious bigots, incompetent fools, jihadists. All of you should go and rest let innovative ideas take over.

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by Zegun92: 5:53am On Jul 04, 2018
Watching.....BUHARI
Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by Nogodye(m): 5:57am On Jul 04, 2018
Believe me,all the game played by the so called nPDP is just for their selfish interest not for national interest.Moreover, their coalition forces cant be strong to compare to the one APC used to get into power.2019 is gonna be interesting.

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by oneeast: 5:59am On Jul 04, 2018
Osetigoo cheesy

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by mbaboy(m): 5:59am On Jul 04, 2018
If this move will stop the Fulani herder in aso rock then is a welcome development.

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by kahal29: 6:02am On Jul 04, 2018
Confusion everywhere. I pity you Kwankwaso because your end in politics have come. Your lust for power will drive you into political oblivion soon. This is not 2015 when you were Governor. Things have since changed cos Ganduje the present Governor will humble you the same way Little T. A Orji humbled Orji Uzor Kalu. Ask Peter Obi how Obiano disgraced him in the last elections. Saraki you are referring to as slow motion is smarter than you because he is the only nPDP member that is sure of 2019 reason being that he and the present Governor are on the same page politically. All the other members of your group are political jesters and only 2019 will tell. I urge you once again to thread with caution in this your fight with Ganduje because my people Will say it is very easy to give a cup of water to a Lion but how to collect your back your cup is where the problem lies. Agreed you made Ganduje Governor but you must realize that he is the governor now and has enormous powers at his disposal which he will not relent to unleash in order to finish you politically.

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by jerryunit48: 6:03am On Jul 04, 2018
I like Kwankwaso

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by tuniski: 6:04am On Jul 04, 2018
Nogodye:
Believe me,all the game played by the so called nPDP is just for their selfish interest not for national interest.Moreover, their coalition forces cant be strong to compare to the one APC used to get into power.2019 is gonna be interesting.

The power of Nigerians is strongest and Nigerians are resolved to vote out Buharii/apc!

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by rejoice4eva(m): 6:09am On Jul 04, 2018
as far as I am concerned ,anything that will remove this evil and deceptive regime and restore sanity to this nation is applauded.

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by lenghtinny(m): 6:15am On Jul 04, 2018
Stop reporting issues that are irrelevant to the average Nigerian angry

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by Firefire(m): 6:19am On Jul 04, 2018
Anything to remove the current criminals & terrorist in power should be embraced.


Death to the bloody terrorist organization called APC.

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by NgeneUkwenu(f): 6:20am On Jul 04, 2018
Only the brainless pigs will take these internally displaced thieves seriously.

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by NgeneUkwenu(f): 6:21am On Jul 04, 2018
Firefire:
Anything to remove the current criminals & terrorist in power should be embraced.


Death to the bloody terrorist organization called APC.

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by Ategberoson(m): 6:22am On Jul 04, 2018
I know kwankwanso would still decamped not for anything but to spite ganduje and to retain his senatorial sit.



kano will be for war comes 2019, I urge non indigene around to prepare for vacation prior to the election

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by Brezzybone(m): 6:23am On Jul 04, 2018
finally oooooo, it's about to go down. cloud done gather rain go soon fall, guy get your umbrella ☔

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by Firefire(m): 6:24am On Jul 04, 2018
NgeneUkwenu:
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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by Hofbrauhaus: 6:26am On Jul 04, 2018
grin
Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by Hector09: 6:26am On Jul 04, 2018
The only politicians that i respect in this country is tinubu and sule lamido, cus they did not attend to the school of jumpology

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by Great2017: 6:35am On Jul 04, 2018
Nogodye:
Believe me,all the game played by the so called nPDP is just for their selfish interest not for national interest.Moreover, their coalition forces cant be strong to compare to the one APC used to get into power.2019 is gonna be interesting.

Is APC coalition not for selfish interest as well and who says it will not be formidable to dislodge the APC? All we are canvassing for is a free and fair General elections including that of Ekiti State. As you rightly said, 2019 is going to be interesting and Nigerians will not easily be deceived by the APC cheap propaganda.

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by omowolewa: 6:37am On Jul 04, 2018
No problem about that, PDP is good for the.

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by Great2017: 6:39am On Jul 04, 2018
NgeneUkwenu:
Only the brainless pigs will take these internally displaced thieves seriously.

They were not internally displaced thieves when they joined forces with the APC?

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by jjjjj2017: 6:43am On Jul 04, 2018
NgeneUkwenu:
Only the brainless pigs will take these internally displaced thieves seriously.


THUNDER SCATTER ALL APC APOLOGIST INSHA ALLAH!!!

THUNDER SCATTER ALL ZOMBIE INSHA ALLAH!!!

THUNDER SCATTER ALL BMC INSHA ALLAH!!!

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by NyenwePHC: 6:55am On Jul 04, 2018
BeeBeeOoh :


following the escalation of hostility by the federal government against leading members of the bloc, including Saraki, Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed, Senator Jonah Jang and Senator Peter Nwaboshi, who were confronted with criminal allegations by state security agencies, the nPDP pulled out of the peace initiatives.

Selfish politician everywhere. Rather than confronting the ruling party with the mindless ethnic genocides taking place in some states, this is the only motives. They will soon all go into political oblivion

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by puccyforker: 7:04am On Jul 04, 2018
only stupidd vagabond apc hooligans will deny the fact that Buhari is heading to the gallows next year grin

cc
cilicmarin

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by NyenwePHC: 7:05am On Jul 04, 2018
kahal29:
Confusion everywhere. I pity you Kwankwaso because your end in politics have come. Your lust for power will drive you into political oblivion soon. This is not 2015 when you were Governor. Things have since changed cos Ganduje the present Governor will humble you the same way Little T. A Orji humbled Orji Uzor Kalu. Ask Peter Obi how Obiano disgraced him in the last elections. Saraki you are referring to as slow motion is smarter than you because he is the only nPDP member that is sure of 2019 reason being that he and the present Governor are on the same page politically. All the other members of your group are political jesters and only 2019 will tell. I urge you once again to thread with caution in this your fight with Ganduje because my people Will say it is very easy to give a cup of water to a Lion but how to collect your back your cup is where the problem lies. Agreed you made Ganduje Governor but you must realize that he is the governor now and has enormous powers at his disposal which he will not relent to unleash in order to finish you politically.

Godspel Truth

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by uwa1(m): 7:08am On Jul 04, 2018
APC is a sinking ship....

A party that can't resolve its internal dispute.... That one na party...

Federal Level (APC led Government) -----------Failed
Party National level ----------------------------- Failed
Party State level -------------------------------- Failed
Party ward level -------------------------------- Failed

SMH...

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Re: Kwankwaso, Others Pull Out Of APC; To Sign MoU With PDP - This Day by 1shortblackboy: 7:22am On Jul 04, 2018
same old same old

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