One thing is sure when a major election is approaching; politicians will disagree, defect, realign and compromise for the sake of their interests.

So, the news that the immediate past governor of Kano state, Rabi’u Kwankwaso had defected to another did not surprise many people.

But despite Nigerians not making a fuss of it, the man has denied the story, saying he is still a card-carrying member of the APC.

A chieftain of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Jigawa, Ishaq Hadejia made the remark in an interview in Dutse on Friday.

He said the story was not only untrue and baseless but unfounded.

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He wondered why the former governor who is currently a serving senator under the platform of APC and one of the founding members of the Party could leave the party he built and nurtured.

“Kwankwoso was one of the leading figures that moulded the party in its formative stage.

“I am surprised that some people had a mistaken impression that Kwankwoso will leave APC to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) which is not true, it is just mere speculations and and assumptions.”


“How can Kwankwoso dump the party he built and nurtured, yes we were formerly in PDP we decided to leave the party because of injustice and joined APC, I don’t think he will leave APC.”

“Kwankwaso has a lot of supporters in Kano and around the country; they have differences with the incumbent governor of Kano state, Alhaji Abdullahi Ganduje but not with APC as a party,” he said.

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