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Yobe: APC youths from Senate President’s ward dump party for PDP

47 youths from Yobe State’s Katuzu ward in Bade Local Government Area have defected from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) (PDP).

Youths from the same political ward as Nigeria’s Chief Lawmaker, Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan, are believed to have left the APC due to unfair treatment and inadequate representation, among other reasons.

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PDP Yobe State Youth Leader, Hon. Wamnai Bulama on behalf of the party received the new entrants who were presented to him by the party’s Chairman in Bade Local Government, Alhaji Gagara Mai- Kanwa.

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The PDP Youth Leader, in his remarks commended the youth for taking such a bold step, assuring them of equal treatment and opportunities for them to actively participate in the party’s activities in the state.

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The defectors also pledged to mobilize more youths into the party’s fold in no distant time.

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  1. I know this we happen because of all what APC are doing but it happen so leat now that some people in APC is running to PDP hope PDP we still do good job because those who leave APC can see that APC did not have any state again by 2023

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