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Amadu Ali Curses Labara Maku, Says He Is A Dangerous Boy

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The Director-General of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Presidential Campaign Council, Amadu Ali has sent curses to the former Nigeria information minister, Labara Maku for leaving Peoples Democratic Party (PDP that fed him to join All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA), describing him as “a dangerous boy.”

The Director- General who was addressing the PDP presidential rally in Lafia, capital of Nasarawa state today, made it clear that PDP will make sure that Labara Maku fails for the rest of his life for defecting to the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA.

Amadu Ali said that Maku is a “dangerous boy” who the PDP helped groom from nothing, adding that his defection will cause a reduction in the number of votes the PDP will garner in Nasarawa state.

“We have a young man who from nowhere was a Deputy Governor of this state for four years, from nowhere he was made a Minister at the federal level for six years, decided to leave the party for another party and keep telling lies that by being in that party, he is helping us.

“He is only going there to reduce our votes. He is a dangerous boy.

“We must make sure that now that he has shown his colour, he will continue failing for the rest of his life unless he retraces his steps back to the elders like us and we will forgive him.”

Amadu Ali asked thee electorate in the state to vote for President Goodluck Jonathan and other candidates of the party at both federal and state levels

In his remarks, the President also denied lending any form of support to Maku’s gubernatorial aspiration under the platform of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA.

President Jonathan said that lending such a support to the former minister would amount to anti-party behaviour.

He expressed his support for all the PDP candidates in the state in the February 14 and 28 general elections.

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“We are told and everybody spoke about that the former Minister of Information that is in another party and saying that it is the President who asked him to go to another party. Definitely I cannot play anti-party.

“PDP is my party and all those who want to help us should come to PDP and work for PDP so that PDP will be in control of Nasarawa State so that government of PDP in Nasarawa State and the Federal Government that will be in the hands of PDP and work together to move Nasarawa State forward,” Mr. Jonathan said.

Also speaking, the President of the Senate, David Mark, urged Maku to desist from dropping the name of the President in his quest to achieve his political ambition.

He advised him to apologise to the PDP ”if he is willing to return to the party”, saying that the PDP would wholeheartedly accept him into its fold.

“People of Nasarawa State, don’t be deceived by any ungrateful son of yours, who goes round saying he is in another political party because Mr. President has put him there.

“That is absolute lie, you must never believe it. We said so few days ago and we are emphasising it again. And we want to emphasise it; (the) President is body and soul PDP.

“He can’t, therefore, put somebody in another political party to be campaigning on behalf of another political party.

“How can you be in APGA and be campaigning for the PDP presidential candidate?

“Return to PDP with apology because before we even take him he has to apologise to all the good people in PDP.’’ [myad]


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