Gale of defections to APC: Nigeria will not end in one party system, says Shekarau
The former Kano State governor, who gave the impression while inspecting some of his constituency projects, believed the cross carpeting being witnessing in recent time was part of learning process.
Shekarau insisted that the recent gale of defections that greet the Nigeria political scene, specifically from the opposition PDP to ruling APC, is not something that will create tension in the nation’s political scene.
“The gale of defecations that is now facing the Nigeria political scene is not something that will cause concern because is just part of the learning process of the nation political development.”
The former governor, who was Inspecting classrooms blocks, Mosques, and Islamiyya Schools he constructed out of his N190 million 2020 Constituency projects budget, said most of the western countries that have now a stable democracy had worst processes than Nigeria.
“Most of the big nations you see today enjoying their democratic governance, passes through tedious and worst processes than our country, so defecations from one party to another should not bother anybody, because is just part of the learning process for a stable political system.”
Shekarau, who constructed three blocks classrooms at Wase town Minjibir Council, three blocks classrooms at Rangaza Ungogo Council, Pansies Sabon Gida three blocks class rooms and Madobi three blocks class rooms, said 80 per cent of the country’s political gladiators have moved from Party A to Party B and vice-vicer.
“You can see that large chunk of the Nigeria politicians who are the main actors have moved around almost all the Political parties, so there is no cause for alarm if today the nation is yet witnessing another round of defecations”.
Speaking on the Constituency projects he inspected and Commissioned, Senator Ibrahim Shekarau, hints that the best things he will do as a representative of the people who sent him to Abuja is to try hard on the education of their children.
He moved round all his Senatorial District coucils to ensure that each has one project or the other, adding that it was the reason why he built a linkage road at Madobi of 1.5klm road to make hundreds of surrounding villagers transport their agricultural produce.
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