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EXTA | R-APC To Adopt New Party, Denies Kwankwaso Defection To PDP

The new Peoples Democratic Party ( nPDP) bloc of the All Progressives Congress ( APC)  now known as the REFORMED – All Progressives Congress (R-APC) has hinted that they will soon adopt a new political party ahead of 2019, WAILERSNG.com reports.

The leader of the group, Alh Abubakar Kawu Baraje disclosed this while reacting to the purported defection of former Governor of Kano state, Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso to the Peoples Democratic Party ( PDP).

Baraje who described the purported defection of Kwankwaso to the PDP as a fallacy and figment of the imagination of the author of the report, as he said membership of nPDP remains intact.

He maintained that the group will make public its position about the continued membership of APC public between Thursday and Friday, noting that a new faction in the APC will eventually take up one of the new and viable political party with structures across the country.

He said that the former Kano State Governor played active roles in all the decisions of nPDP and that he would continue to play such roles as a key leader of the group.

” We are all still in APC but the nPDP will come up with a lot of changes. nPDP is likely to change its name as a splinter group from APC. What is certain is that, we won’t go back to PDP.

Baraje had on Monday announced that his group will make its positions regarding its relationship with the APC known this week.

He had disclosed that before the end of this week, members of the group would have concluded their consultations and come out with their stand on all what they stand for.

He emphasized that whatever decision they would take will be one that will seek to promote the wellbeing of the Nigerian masses.

He stressed that corporate interest of the citizenry and a united Nigeria where no man is oppressed is paramount and very dear to their hearts.

Baraje thanked Nigerians who have always seen reason for their struggle particularly, the media for adequate reportage of their activities.

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