The minority leader of Gombe state House of Assembly, Honourable Maigari Jungudo, representing Funakaye north, on Wednesday, January 9, announced his defection from his party, All Progressives Congress (APC).
Jungudo joined the main opposition party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), immediately after his defection.
The minority leader said he left the APC over the party's unjust treatment of some founding members in the state.
Barely a week ago, no fewer than 2,800 members of the PDP in Madobi, Daura in Katsina state defected to the APC.
The defectors were received into the APC fold in Madobi village on Monday, January 7, by the Daura local government party chairman, Alhaji Sani Altine-Daura.
The chairman assured the new members of equal treatment and promised to carry everybody along in the party activities, devoid of any other considerations.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the ex-national deputy chairman of the PDP, Babayo Gamawa, defected to the APC.
According to him, he left the party because he was suspended without being granted a fair hearing.
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The ex-PDP chieftain on Tuesday night, January 8, accused the opposition party of suspending based on a mere allegation without giving him a fair hearing.
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