Former Secretary to the Government of Kano State (SSG), Suleiman Bichi, has alleged that former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar and Governor Abdullahi Ganduje are planning to float a new party ahead of the 2019 elections.
Bichi, a close associate of a former governor of Kano State, Rabiu Kwankwaso, also alleged that both men, who are chieftains of the APC, have been “hobnobbing” with the Ahmed Makarfi faction of the PDP.
The alleged that Ganduje had never hidden his disdain for the leadership style of the APC, but has been marking time.
“It has been brought to our attention that Governor Ganduje of Kano state has been working with the Makarfi faction of the PDP and other politicians of northern extraction, and from what we know, they are aspiring to float a new party, the APDP (Advanced PDP),” Bichi was quoted to have said.
Makarfi had two weeks ago said he was not aware of APDP even as Atiku and Ganduje’s aides could not be reached for comment.
Just like AirwavesReport.com hinted you weeks back that the former vice-President Atiku Abubarkar has been making subtle but very frontic move to make his dream come to reality in 2019 and those close him vow that he is leaving no stone unturned even as early as now, through various consultation with virtually all the stakeholders in the political terrain especially across his party APC, the platform on which he sure to come out on. The Adamawa State-born profilic policitician and widely-networked ex-customs topshot is not a push over in the voilatile game of politics in Nigeria and he is ready to give his best shot for the plum post come 2019.