The Peoples Democratic Party ( PDP ) in the National Assembly is set to reduce further as three of its members in the House of Representatives appear ready to move to the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, and the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA.

The lawmakers are Johnson Agbonayinma from Edo State, who was a strong supporter of the erstwhile PDP chairman, Ali Modu-Sheriff, Nnanna Igbokwe from Imo State, and Ben Nwankwo from Anambra State, who got to the House through the judgement of the Supreme Court.

While Agbonayinma and Igbokwe are defecting to the APC, Nwankwo has already publicly declared for APGA, Anambra’s ruling party.

PDP has lost five of its lawmakers to other political parties in 2017 alone.

If these three should join other parties, it will bring to eight the number of members the party would be losing this year.

The earlier defectors were Edward Pwajok (Plateau), Adamu Kamale (Adamawa), Hassan Sale (Benue), Zephaniah Jisalo (FCT) and Yusuf Tijjani (Kogi).

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