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2023: APC Chieftain Reveals Real Reason Atiku Left APC For PDP

Atiku Abubakar, the PDP presidential candidate, allegedly quit the All Progressives Congress (APC) because he was upset with his inability to comprehend the party, according to Isaac Kekemeke, the national vice chairman of the APC in the South-West.

At a press conference in Ibadan on Wednesday where the foundation of a few APC committees in the South-West was announced, Kekemeke made this statement.

Kekemeke added that the APC will demonstrate to Atiku, who claimed that the PDP would seize control of the South West in 2023, that certain party members are quite familiar with the PDP and its tactics.

He gave all candidates the assurance that the party is still powerful in the South-West and will add additional states to its fold in the region in 2023.

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Additionally, he urged individuals who ran for office in the party primaries but were unsuccessful to unite with the rest of the party and work to support the party’s candidates in all 2023 elections.

Kekemeke said, “If His Excellency, former Vice President Atiku Abubakar and presidential flag bearer of the PDP thinks he knows the APC because he was here, my answer is, many of us in APC knows the PDP more than he thinks he knows the APC.

“Our National Chairman ( Senator Adamu Abdullahi) was a governor under PDP, he knows PDP, Senator Iyiola Omisore, knows the PDP, I know the PDP, I was a pioneer secretary of the PDP member Constitution Drafting Committee of the PDP under Chief Bola Ige, Senator Teslim Folarin knows the PDP. One of the reasons he ( Atiku) left the APC is because he couldn’t understand the APC.”

 

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