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Defection was as a result of disagreements - Ahmed Lawan

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Defection was as a result of disagreements - Ahmed Lawan

Post by Kingseyi on Thu Jul 26, 2018 2:55 pm

Senate Majority Leader Ahmed Lawan has said
members of the National Assembly who defected
from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC)
will return to the party before the general
elections in 2019.
Senate Majority Leader Sen Ahamd Lawal
flanked by Sen Uchendu Andrews, Senator
Hope Uzodima, and others senator brief
State House Press after meeting with
President Muhammadu Buhari at the
Presidential Villa Wednesday Night in
Abuja
Lawan made the comforting statement the
party’s senators met President
Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential
Villa in Abuja.
The lawmaker revealed that during the meeting
which lasted for about 30 minutes, the President
was briefed about the number of APC senators
which he said was 53.
He added that the PDP has the largest minority
with 48 members of the Senate while the African
Democratic Congress (ADC) has two senators.
Senator Lawan noted that less than 24 hours
after 14 of their colleagues defected from the
APC, they have shown willingness to retrace
their steps.
He revealed that while the defection was as a
result of disagreements in the party, the defected
lawmakers expect some members from the
opposition party to join the ruling party.
The lawmaker representing Kaduna Central,
Senator Shehu Sani, also attended the meeting,
although he said it does not mean all his
grievances have been addressed.
Sani was confident that the leadership of the
party chaired by former Edo State Governor
Adams Oshiomhole would be able to resolve all
contending issues within the party.
Mr Oshiomhole, who also attended the meeting,
told State House correspondents that those
defected from the APC were misinformed.444


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