APC Chieftain Faults Plan To Admit Nyako Into Party

murtala nyakoThe Adamawa State chapter of All Progressives Congress (APC) has been warned to jettison its plans to receive the embattled governor of the State, Murtala Nyako into the party.

The warning was given by a chieftain of the party and former governorship candidate of the defunct Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) in the last election in Adamawa State, Engineer Markus Gundiri, who warned that Nyako’s admission into the party would only serve to destabilize it.

Speaking in Abuja at the weekend, Gundiri explained that Gov. Nyako and his colleagues in the G-7 governors have excess baggages which they will bring into the APC and advised that it was best if they stayed in the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to resolve their differences.

“They now want to get out of PDP and go somewhere else.  But frankly speaking, whichever party they go to in the States, they will create problem there,” he warned.

He said with the development now in Adamawa State, people were at a loss as to why the party was bringing in strange bed fellows from another party into the APC.

“If they have problem in their house, they have to stay there and solve it. Why coming to other people’s house with their problem?” Gundiri asked rhetorically.

He noted that the problems in some of the parties stemmed from either the imposition of candidates or declaration of wrong persons as winner of an election, adding “So, if you now bring people from outside the four merged parties and you make them custodians of the APC, there would be problem.  It cannot just work. What we are saying to the chieftains of APC is to treat the admission of these people with caution in Adamawa State”.

-Sunday Trust

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  • Eng markus gundiri well spoken.pls don’t allow nyako let him go & form his party he will bring trouble to ur party like they did in pdp & ran away,nyako u will run from fry pan to fire before you burn out finally,old fool.

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