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PDP National Chairman, Adamu Mu'azu

PDP National Chairman, Adamu Mu’azu

AS the crisis in the People Democratic Party(PDP) rages on, Governors of Jigawa and Niger states, Alhaji Sule Lamido and Babangida Aliyu have told the National Chairman, Adamu Muazu and the National Working Committee (NWC) ‎to resign their positions and stop any. blame game for the woeful performance of the Party at the last general elections.

The duo insisted that Mu’azu should accept the blame for the party’s loss at the elections the same way he would have taken the credit if the party had won.

Speaking in Minna yesterday during the working visit by Governor Sule Lamido to Niger State, the two governors in a joint press briefing, said it is morally wrong for the PDP Chairman to continue using the party’s money and resources to do propaganda and tell lies.

Citing example of the just concluded election in the United Kingdom, Aliyu said: “In England recently, after the elections, the leaders of the party who failed, decided to give way for other people to invigorate the party.

“How can you lead the party to a disastrous defeat and you still have the guts to blame people that you were not given the chance and that the money of the campaign was not with you? Why did you not tell us before the election? Why did you have to wait until you were defeated?

“You assumed that if we had won, you would have taken the credit for the winning, so take the blame for the defeat also, that is all we are saying.


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