• A lot is happening in the camp of both the PDP and the ruling APC, ahead of the next general elections.
  • In fact, the PPD has continued to make moves that would end the APC era at all levels of government, in the upcoming elections.
  • Meanwhile, the ruling party in the federation has vowed that the opposition PDP will not sniff power at all levels, ahead of the polls, so it has resorted to a game of ‘best man wins’.

The former deputy governor of Jigawa, Ahmad Mahmud, has expressed his dissatisfaction with the activities of the ruling party in the state.

Mahmud, who recently left the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) to the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) in a strong move, has vowed to end the ruling party’s era administration in the state, The Nigerian Tribune reported.

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Former Jigawa deputy governor declares war on APC administration ahead of 2023 elections. Photo credit: Jigawa State Government Ahmad Mahmud
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Former governor reacts, makes a strong vote against APC

The former lieutenant governor made the disclosure when reacting to Governor Mohammed Badaru’s recent statement during a political rally that he was unreliable, saying the APC would send the opposition PDP to its early grave in 2023.

According to Mahmud,

“I want to assure you that the tsunami will hit the ruling APC, saying: I have already contacted my political allies and other good people from Jigawa State in APC, they all agreed to leave the party and join the PDP to save our beloved Express.”

Mahmoud wails as he vows to end the APC era in Jigawa state, pledging support for the PDP

However, he promised to join other PDP members and good people from the state to ensure that the party (PDP) returns to power in 2023.

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Chief Magistrate Gets In Big Trouble For Issuing Arrest Warrant For Powerful PDP Gubernatorial Candidate

In another development, the chief judge of the federal high court in Abuja questioned a chief magistrate, Emmanuel Iyanna, for issuing an arrest warrant for Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) gubernatorial candidate Akwa Ibom, Umo Eno.

Eno sent a petition against the chief magistrate through his legal team headed by Samuel Ikpo for what they described as the “issuance of an irregular and illegal arrest warrant” against the politicians.

The arrest warrant was issued for Eno on Dec. 23 following his conviction on charges of “deception and induction into the delivery of property.”

List of South East APC party chiefs who refused to attend Tinubu’s Enugu rally

In what can be described as the escalation of the crisis that rocked the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Enugu, major party stakeholders boycotted the APC presidential campaign rally in the state.

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Let’s remember that the party’s presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, was in the state to dismiss his campaign.

Party leaders in the state stayed away from the demonstration, Punch Newspaper added.

Source: Legit.ng