JUST IN: Kwankwasiyya’s Celebrate Senator’s Defection

👤 By Danjuma Aliyu, Exclusive

Kwankwasiyya Amana, a group of people loyal to Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso are today celebrating his defection from the All Progressive Congress, APC.

Members of the popular red cap movement had made a request for the lawmaker, who has had a long feud with his successor, to leave the APC.

The request was exclusively published on this website.

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The former Kano Governor who defected from the ruling party along with 14 other senators this morning, has previously complained about the way they were been treated by the party.

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This paper understands that 36 lawmakers from the lower chamber have also left the ruling party for the opposition Peoples Democratic Party,  and the African Democratic Congress, ADC.

The fight between Senator Kwankwaso, who represents Kano Central and his successor Umar Ganduje meant the lawmaker was not allowed to visit Kano.

Despite appealing to President Muhammadu Buhari and the party about the issue, nothing was done. Today, the lawmaker decided to leave the party, DENISAURUS News gathered.

Comrade Abdullahi Isyaku, said the defection of their Principal from the ruling APC Party to the opposition PDP is a welcome development.

Mallam Isyaku, the National Coordinator of the prominent Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso Group which has its Headquarters in Kaduna spoke exclusively to DENISAURUS News after conducting several interviews with news men in Kaduna.

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He said he was doing so to inform Senator Kwankwaso that they are “solely behind you in whatever party you will contest.

“Our hope is to restore security and improve the living conditions of Nigerians.  We are tired of the bloodshed and hunger.  Nigerians have been subjected to starvation and hardship.”

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