- All Progressives Congress presidential aspirant, Adamu Garba has pulled down the party's flag from his office
- Garba pulled the symbol down shortly after he tendered his immediate resignation from the ruling party
- Recall that the aspirant had protested the APC took some exclusionary practices which are against democratic tenets
Adamu Garba, an aspirant who had declared his intention to contest the presidency on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has resigned his membership of the party.
To show that he no longer has anything to do with the ruling party, Garba has now pulled down the APC's flag from his office in what can be described as a little ceremony captured in a video he shared on his Instagram page.
Garba announced his resignation from APC in a letter addressed to the party chairman in Karewa ward, Adamawa state.
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"We joined APC for the sake of Nigerians, now that all is not looking straight. We have to acknowledge that only Allah is the Guarantor and Grantor of Power and Authority. He never ever give up on a the betterment of human, why should I ever.
"Trusting in Him, following His Guide, we bow out of APC honorably and in peace. The flag is now, down."
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On Tuesday, May 10, businessman and 2023 presidential aspirant, Adamu Garba announced his defection from the ruling All Progressives Congress APC, citing the N100 million cost of the party’s presidential forms as the main reason.
Garba who said he will now seek to actualise his presidential ambition on another platform revealed that he is abandoning APC despite receiving over N83 million in donations to buy the party presidential forms.
The presidential aspirant also alleged that the chairman of APC Senator Abdullahi Adamu and members of his National Working Committee (NWC) had jeopardised the process of choosing a credible candidate for the party in the 2023 presidential election with its commercialisation.He also picked holes in the the inclusion of the voluntary withdrawal form in the nomination and expression of interest forms.