- Senate deputy minority whip, Senator Philip Aduda, describes reports on his purported defection as fake news
- The lawmaker urges those behind the rumours of his defection to desist from deceiving people
- Alhaji Lai Mohammed says Kwarans have resolved to take back power from Senate president Bukola Saraki and his loyalists in 2019
Senate deputy minority whip, Senator Philip Aduda, has faulted reports circulating in the social media that he has left the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the All Progressives Congress (APC).
The lawmaker who represents the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja, on Thursday, August 9, described reports about his purported defection as fake news which Nigerians should disregard, The Nation reports.
“The social media was awash yesterday (Wednesday) that I have defected from the PDP to the APC. I want to tell Nigerians that it is fake news. I am in PDP and I remain in PDP. I am not cut out for politics of jumping from one party to another. I will continue to be in PDP. There should be ideology in politics," Senator Aduda stated.
“I promised FCT people to champion those things that promote peace and unity in the FCT and the country in general. That is what I have been doing and will continue to do.
“The people of FCT and my supporters should not bother. The news is totally unfounded and fake news. I have no plan whatsoever to defect and I will not defect. I will not leave the PDP for any other party.”
The lawmaker urged those behind the rumours about his defection to desist from deceiving people.
Meanwhile, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, minister of information and culture, says the people of Kwara have resolved to wrestle power from the hands of Senate president Bukola Saraki and his loyalists, come 2019.
The minister made the assertion at a political summit in Ilorin, the Kwara state capital, on Thursday, August 9, Vanguard reports.
Legit.ng gathers that Mohammed stated that the people of the state were more united now, to rescue Kwara from grinding poverty and mis-governance.
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