– Atiku Orders Removal Of APC Logo From His Vicinity.
The former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar has reportedly ordered the immediate removal of APC logo and other material relating to his former Party from his vicinity, WAILERSNG.com learnt.
The first of the move is the removal his Twitter Profile avatar containing APC Logo, and on his other social media accounts.
The former vice President who resigned from the Party on various allegations against the ruling APC has suddenly become the beautiful bride of various political party.
Atiku, is believed to have dumped the All Progressive Congress (APC) because he may not get the Presidential ticket to contest under the party.
President Buhari who is still hoping to rule Nigeria beyond 2019 despite public outcry not to contest, has sympatized with APC over the loss of Atiku from the Party, Atiku been one of the financial backbone of the party.
Since the departure of Atiku from APC, rumours have been flying up and down that Atiku would be heading to PDP, although in some quarters, the newly registered Action Democratic Party (ADP) is also mentioned as alternative for Atiku should PDP Presidential ticket pose a serious headache for him.
There are other strong contenders who are also seeking to clinch PDP ticket including the former governor of Jigawa, Alhaji Sule Lamido, Dankwambo of Gombe, Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti, Ibrahim Shekarau of Kano amongst others.
Some Members of the PDP have been calling on Atiku to return to their party but Atiku is still on the neutral ground looking at the possibility of PDP ticket before he can finally rejoin the Party or head somewherelese.
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