“Why We Won’t Form Coalition With APC, PDP” – ADP
Yabagi Sani, the national chairman of the Action Democratic Party (ADP) has said the party opted out of a coalition with both the All Progressives Congress and Peoples’ Democratic Party because it realised “it is only a regrouping for looters.”
He said this while speaking to journalists at the party’s first south-west stakeholders’ meeting in Lagos on Saturday, called on all members of the National Assembly to be impeached. He said:
“We opted out (of the PDP coalition) when we saw that it is just a ganging up of the same people that have been rejected by Nigerians over and over again,” Mr Sani said.
“We believe Nigeria comes first and in the best interest of Nigeria, we must have a free and fair election and if the National Assembly needs to look at the budget of INEC, it’s a national duty and should not be made about APC and PDP,”
Mr Sani further added that the party, which was registered last year by the Independent National Electoral Commission, is reaching out to credible Nigerians to challenge the APC in the 2019 elections.
“We are not looking for those that are not proud of Nigeria and are not blind by our laws because that is why they steal the way they do,” Mr Sani said.
“Look at the coalition, no one there that has not been rejected by Nigerians. We are looking for credible Nigerians instead.
“ADP was formed for one reason which has become more obvious today than when we started and that is to be a credible alternative. The so-called big parties today are not even a shadow of what they used to be.
“We can see the ganging up going on, people moving up and down. We believe this country needs stability and people that are committed to building this country for generations to come and we didn’t see that in the coalition.”
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