Kwankwaso reveals real reason he dumped PDP for NNPP

Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, a former governor of Kano State, has disclosed why he defected from the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to join the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP).

Kankwaso, a presidential contender in the 2019 elections, was said to have officially left the PDP on Wednesday.

The former governor, who collected his NNPP membership card from his ward chairman in Abuja, urged other well-meaning Nigerians to join his new party in order to achieve the change that Nigeria craves.

Speaking while collecting his new party’s membership card, Kwankaso blamed his actions on the turmoil engulfing the major opposition party.

He said, “We had a situation in April last year where zonal positions were being shared among the States and all leaders in the six other States were given the opportunity to nominate. But in Kano, some people felt I wasn’t that important, so they had to do what they did.

“That is what triggered the issue (defection) and I spent almost a year now waiting for the PDP to talk to me, even the new leadership, to come and talk to me; they didn’t want to talk to me.”

According to him, he felt there were irreconcilable differences between him and many other leaders of the party.

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