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Major Loyalist Of Buhari And APC Chieftain Dumps Party

by on March 15, 2018
 
Politicans in Kaduna were shocked today when a major loyalist to President Muhammadu Buhari and a Chieftain of All Progressives Congress (APC), Haruna Sa’eed, dumped the party.
Sa’eed, who is a former gubernatorial aspirant under the platform of Congress for Progressive Change in Kaduna State in 2011, spoke in his office in Kaduna.
He said: “I Haruna Yunusa Sa’eed ‎have decided today 15 March 2018 to withdraw my Membership from APC. I have been a founding member of the party based on the merger that came to be which led to the ruling party.”
“I happen to be a key member of the CPC,  not only been a member but a flag bearer of the party in 2011 in Kaduna State.”
“In fact, we won the election at that time but we were short-changed in the usual manner by the then ruling party the PDP.”
“I played a vital role in APC as a dominant player but the activities of the arty in the state left so much to be desired. Because of that all efforts that we have made to see that things changed for the better has been in vain.”
“Expecially those of us that are not being considered as members of the party. Whatever we said seem not to be listened to. Whatever we asked for is never considered.”
“Indeed the party has chosen to look at the members differently.”
“Whatever is being done today is only to certain section of the party and a party is not run like that. ‎Party is supposed to be that every member has an equal space to contribute.”
“Since that is not the case then I don’t think I should be part of it now. which is why I withdrew from the party today.”

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  • March 15, 2018 at 11:43 pm

    Iam a strong member of APC in Taraba State. I can tell that just like Saeed many of us have been used and dumped. We are too foreign to our elected and appointed politicians who got to where they are today through our prayers and supports. May be we too may dump the party if we see no change in the behaviour of such persons. They have hurt us too much. We are not just hurtihg but really burning. May God grant us to decide rightly as events unfold.

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  • Salt&water
    March 16, 2018 at 7:09 am

    Comment…We in APC do not like you

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  • March 16, 2018 at 8:34 am

    The national assembly must not pass the hate speech bill because that bill was made to silent Nigerians and ruled them like slaves and it will always work against freedom of expression and group or part will stand the intimidation, in my own opinion, i will say, let our government deal with hate action first and you will see there will be no hate speech to me, i will always tell the world when ever my people are being marginalize, my oppressor should change otherwise i wont short up and if you want to charge for hate speech, charge me together with my oppressor for hate action otherwise i will resist every attempt to arrest me

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