Former Zamfara State Governor, Abdul’aziz Yari, on Monday, excused cases in certain quarters that he was intending to abscond from the All Progressives Congress, APC, to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.
Yari said online media presents of him deserting on PDP is a scam which ought to be disregarded.
The previous lead representative gave the refusal through his ex-Chief of Staff, Abdullahi Abdulkarim-Tsafe, NAN reports.
A articulation by Abdulkarim-Tsafe reads:
“To our concerned party individuals, companions, partners and the overall population, our consideration has been attracted to the bogus news being flowed over web-based media and some print media by some deceitful and under-prepared consideration looking for blockhead elements.
“For the records, there has never been a period that the previous Governor of Zamfara, Abdul’aziz Yari at any point had a say in the PDP.
“He has consistently been, directly from his initial days in legislative issues, with the All People Party (APP), All Nigerian People’s Party (ANPP)), All Progressive Congress (APC) and has never had interest in being an individual from the PDP.
“It has become basic that we address this load of disconnected and nauseating tales for the umpteenth time.
“We are saying that these allegations of the previous lead representative sharing vehicles, monies and conveying intimidations to some PDP individuals are only bogus, unmerited, bizarre, needs bearing and lies from the pit of Lucifer.
“Note that as a prepared lawmaker, Abdul’aziz Yari could never participate in any enemy of/multi party exercises neither would he break the party pledge just to score some modest points.
“These are the handicrafts of instigators who are keen on discoloring his image.
“These lies and their uncooked tales won’t prevent His Excellency from working with our APC individuals in making progress in the days ahead.
“Let it likewise be realized that this doesn’t influence or change his Excellency’s aim and choice to run for the National chairmanship of our extraordinary party, the APC.”
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