- Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, a presidential aspirant under the PDP, said all contestants and other stakeholders should unite in the general interest of their party and Nigeria
- The presidential aspirant said he regretted supporting the APC in 2015 presidential election
- Kwankwaso, however, said he is not willing to make any mistake in his political life again
Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, a presidential aspirant under the Peoples Democratic Party, Wednesday, September 12, called on party stakeholders to unite in order to defeat the All Progressives Congress in the 2019 general elections.
Daily Trust reports that Kwankwaso made this known while addressing party supporters at the PDP secretariat in Minna, Niger state urged the party stakeholders to jettison partisan sentiment and unite against common enemy.
According to him, “All contestants and other stakeholders should unite in the general interest of our party and country.”
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The presidential aspirant regretted supporting President Muhammadu Buhari during the 2015 presidential election, saying the gesture was a mistake he is not willing to make again in his political life.
He said the APC-led administration has failed to address the challenges that gave birth to the formation of a mega party, adding that “this is not the change I supported.
“We sought for change in 2015 and along the line, I realised the change only brought about more killings, hunger, under-development, poverty and unemployment.
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“I will not support or remain in that type of change, that is why I am back to the PDP to change the change that has brought untold hardship on Nigerians.”
The aspirant that complained about the state of infrastructure across the country, said he was particularly angry about the state of Minna-Suleja road which according to him, was a good example of the APC’s idea of change.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Senator Kwankwaso urged President Buhari to name the weak and selfish politicians that dumped the APC.
The former Kano state governor and presidential aspirant on the platform of the PDP said this while reacting to Buhari's speech in which said the president said former members of the APC who defected are weak and selfish politicians.
Buhari was recently quoted as saying that: “The weakest whose sense of expectation do not align with our vision have exited our party. We now have a party of strong and patriotic people who are ready to work for a strong Nigeria.”
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