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APC Implores Kwankwaso To Reject Merger With Peter Obi And Join The All Progressives

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APC Implores Kwankwaso To Reject Merger With Peter Obi And Join The All Progressives

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has invited Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, the NNPP’s presidential candidate, to join the organization he helped form.

Yakubu Murtala Ajaka, the APC’s deputy national publicity secretary, requested Kwankwaso return to the party to which he made significant contributions to its growth while speaking with media on Sunday in Abuja.

The former governor of Kano State was instrumental in the founding of the ruling All Progressives Congress, the spokesperson said.

Ajaka cautioned the former Kano to turn back before it was too late while advising Kwankwaso not to be duped by Labour Party presidential candidate Peter Obi and his ‘Obidient’ movement, which he claims only exists on social media.

Stressing that winning two states is not enough to make him ‘Mr. President’, the ruling party spokesperson, said a return to the APC is Kwankwaso’s best way of becoming president.

“That is why I said it’s not too late for him to return to the APC. That’s where he naturally belongs and has an assurance of becoming a president one day, and not his current sectional NNPP.

“Although some people might be deceiving him by calling him Mr. President already but just one or two states in the North-west cannot make him a president. Kwankwaso needs a national party like APC to achieve his presidential ambition. So, I plead to him to do the needful before it is too late,” he said.

The Obidient Movement has recently gathered a lot of social media rants, these rants undoubtedly has transformed into various physical movements that are currently spearheading the sensitization on voters registration.

These efforts are however, not limited to just the South East, but a national project of the youth constituency.

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