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‘I’m advocating merger of opposition parties’ — Atiku denies claim of leaving PDP

 

Atiku Abubakar, presidential candidate of the Peoples
Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2023 elections, says he has no plan to form a new
political party ahead of the 2027 polls.

 

Abubakar, in a statement on his X account, on Tuesday,
described the claim as “pure mischief, devoid of truth”.

 

The former vice-president expressed commitment and loyalty
to the PDP and urged members of the public to disregard the reports about his
purported plans to create a new political party.

 

“I have been inundated with calls from our party members,
supporters, and concerned Nigerians regarding the fabricated story in The
Nation, Tinubu’s ragtag, alleging my departure from the PDP,” he wrote.

 

“Let me be unequivocal: this is pure mischief, devoid of
truth. I reaffirm my unwavering loyalty to the PDP while advocating the swift
merger of opposition parties. The urgency of this consolidation cannot be
overstated.

 

”Tinubu’s relentless pursuit of personal agendas at the
expense of national governance is glaring. His myopic focus on 2027 betrays a
disregard for the pressing needs of the populace.

 

“It’s high time he ceased his bumbling escapades and
prioritised the welfare of the people.

 

 “My media team is
vigorously countering his baseless claims. Let this be a wake-up call to all:
the pursuit of power must not overshadow the imperative of effective
governance.

 

“Together, let us propel Nigeria forward, leaving behind the
antics of political charlatans.”

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