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The main opposition party in Nigeria, PDP has suffered serious losses in the political 'transfer market' as hundreds of members leave.
 
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About 500 members of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), have defected to the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kuje Area Council.
 
Among those that decamped were former PDP stalwarts, Sarkin Samari of Kayarda, Alhaji Abdulhameed Idris Sabo, Hajiya Ramatu Idris, Yahaya Mohammed Gambo and other stakeholders in the party in the area.
 
Receiving the former PDP members, the APC chairman in Kuje, Mr Godwin Poyi, commended them for their bold step in joining the ruling APC, saying their decision was a clear indication that the present administration has performed credibly well.
 
He said APC is a viable alternative for good governance, adding that the party would carry them along in the council’s affairs.
 
Speaking on behalf of the decampees, a former PDP stalwart, Yahaya Mohammed Gambo, said they decamped due to impunity and lack of internal democracy in the PDP.
 
Gambo said they would work vigorously to ensure the victory of APC in the 2019 elections in the area.

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