Adamawa State Governor and an outspoken critic of the Bamanga Tukur-led Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Murtala Nyako has alleged that leadership of the ruling party has scrutinized his records in the Nigerian Navy where he rose to the enviable position of Chief of Naval Staff in their desperate attempt to dig up dirt on him.
Although he said they found nothing incriminating against him, Nyako added that the group of seven (G-7) governors may come up with a decisive position on their next line of action in their meeting in Sokoto this weekend just as he reiterated their resolve to fighting for justice and fairness.
Addressing a group of women organizations, who paid him a solidarity visit at the Adamawa Government House yesterday just before departing for the Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF) retreat in Sokoto, Nyako said more PDP governors were expected to join their struggle soon after the Sokoto meeting.
“There are others who are also fed up with way things are being done in the party,” Nyako said, adding that his enemies, who were desperate to nail him at all costs, have been looking for excuses to frame him and his associates.
He said his clean record in the Navy was as a result of his commitment to service and desire to discharge his duties with utmost sincerity.
Gov. Nyako also accused those he labeled as Abuja politicians of securing the services of a foreign consultant to help them perfect their planned imposition of candidates and rigging of the 2015 general elections.