… Says some members of PDP felt he was no longer important to the party
Nigeria’s lead opposition party (PDP) has officially lost one of its prominent chieftains ahead of the general elections next year. Senator Kwankwaso on Tuesday, March 29, resigned his membership in the party by writing to the party’s ward chairman.
The leader of the influential Kwankwasiyya political movement had earlier said that PDP had nothing to offer Nigerians.
Sequel to his exit rumours, it was reported that the camp of Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo reached out to Senator Kwankwaso. The meeting was said to have been for a possible collaboration ahead of the 2023 presidential election. This meeting sparked rumours that the former Kano state governor might be on the verge of defecting to the ruling party.