‘I’ve no plans to leave APC to PDP’ – Ex-Kogi Gov Prince Abubakar Audu denies defection rumours

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Former governor of Kogi State, Prince Abubakar Audu, has denied nursing any plan to defect to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP.)

Former Kogi Governor, Abubakar Audu
Former Kogi Governor, Abubakar Audu

He noted that he had always been in opposition since he joined politics and remained the bedrock of opposition in the state.

Audu, who spoke in Abuja through the former Director-General of his governorship campaign organisation and former House of Representatives member, Chief Dino Melaye, described the speculation of his plans to defect to the PDP as evil, satanic and laughable.

The former governor stated that his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) had no issue in the state and remained one big family.

According to him, plans had been concluded to receive over 5000 PDP members into the APC, as prominent politicians had indicated interest to quit the ruling party.

He vowed that the opposition would form the next government in the state, as politicians keep ditching the PDP on a daily basis.

Audu described the administration of Captain Idris Wada as beautiful nonsense and one which had not performed to expectation.

He promised that the next administration under the APC would bring life to the state when voted into office.

The former governor disclosed that every structure of the party remained intact and active under him.

He advised persons, who he described as less busy to desist from peddling lies against his person to score cheap publicity.

He said: “I have not defected and have no intention and reason to defect to PDP.”new

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