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Your Political Sins Are Forgiven, Atiku Tells Thousands Of Defectors From APC, Others

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Your Political Sins Are Forgiven, Atiku Tells Thousands Of Defectors From APC, Others

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, on Saturday, told several thousands of defectors from the All Progressives Congress (APC) and other parties to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) that their political Sins of staying too long in a failed party have been forgiven.

Atiku was joined by Governor Ahmadu Fintiri to receive the defectors at the Ahmadu Ribadu Square in Jimeta, Yola, who were led by notable politicians from mostly the APC.

Among the leading defectors were Mr Kobis Arithemnu, a former Secretary to the Adamawa State Government as well as Mallam Bello Jada, a famous politician popularly called Calculate.

Other leading defectors were Hon Nedo Kufaltu, Commodore Sali Bodes (rtd), Mr Phillips Gatua, and Daniel Bwala, most of them from the central and southern parts of the State.

According to Atiku, they wasted precious time in a failed party but were nonetheless welcomed into the PDP.

Speaking in Hausa, Atiku said the new members’ political mistakes of being in the APC were forgiven, boasting that PDP was poised to take over governance in 2023.

He called on members of other parties to join PDP for the development of the State and country.

The state governor, Fintiri also promised that the new members would be given level playing ground with the old members and there would be credible PDP congress in the state.

Also, the Adamawa State of the PDP, Barr Tahir Shehu, said the occasion marked the beginning of the collapse of other political parties.

Col. Andrawus Sawa (rtd), who spoke on behalf of his colleagues, said they decided to join PDP having been fully convinced with its ideologies.

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