New PDP Denies Governor Babangida Aliyu’s Resignation From G7 GovernorsFeatured, Latest News, News Tuesday, October 29th, 2013
The African Examiner
The Alhaji Kawu Baraje led group has denied the reported resignation of the Niger State governor Babangida Aliyu from their faction.
Reacting to the purported resignation, the spokesman of the group Chief Eze C. Eze in a statement obtained by African Examiner described the story as “a tissue of lies” peddling around by the Alhaji Tukur led faction of the party.
He said “It may interest you to note that the first thing we did this morning when we read the report was to contact H.E.Gov Babangida Aliyu of Niger State through our National Chairman, Alh. Aubakar Kawu Baraje and according to our Chairman, the Gov vehemently denied and refuted such an absurd and false report and assured us that he will be the last person to leave the G7 Governor particularly now that our struggle to reposition PDP is about to yield d desired result.”
Chief Eze blamed the Tukur’s faction of orchestrating the reports assuring that “we shall see to the logical end of the struggle not minding all the evil plots against us as a group.”
He streesed that “we are very selective of who becomes our member, this is to ensure that we have a very patriotic Nigerians that are very desirous of building a new Nigeria envisaged by the founding fathers of our country particularly our great party and we are happy to note that H. E. Gov Aliyu of Niger State is one of those patriotic Nigerians who is ready to champion this struggle.”
So the idea of dumping the group is just the imagination of the deluded minds of our opponents.” He concluded
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