“Saraki Behind R-APC” – Senator Abdullahi Adamu
Abdullahi Adamu, a senator representing Nasarawa West senatorial district, and former governor of Nasarawa State, has accused the senate president, Bukola Saraki, of being behind the new faction of the ruling APC.
The reformed All Progressives Congress, rAPC, was recently formed by some aggrieved members of the APC.
Mr Adamu said these persons have chosen to remain in the dark and back the rAPC which he described as fake. He said it is too risky for Mr saraki to leave the party because he would lose his seat.
Mr Adamu, disclosed this information during an interview with journalists at the party secretariat on Thursday, saying Mr Saraki and the others are free to leave the party.
“I told you these are people who have got felonies that they are hiding and want to use their positions in the party and national assembly as a facade, as a veil to hide from the felonies they have committed.
“The whole thing they are fighting is not so much (of) service to Nigeria but service to their interest and I did tell you that they are just staying in the APC to cause maximum possible damage.”
When the nPDP started issuing threats and seeking to meet party leaders to discuss, Mr Abdullahi had said these persons only want to cause damage in the party because their grievances are not genuine.
He believes of all nPDP members, Mr Saraki benefited the most, so their complaint of being marginalized is false.
“I have been proven right. I told you all the noise about wanting to stay and work for the family of the APC but they are just trying to create the kind of impression that in APC they had no deal.
“He (Mr Saraki) has benefited more than any single new PDP person and he seems to be the arrow head of this resistance now.
“They did not deserve the attention they wanted because it’s not founded in realism, it’s not founded in truth it’s not founded on loyalty or patriotism to the country.”
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