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Why I Dumped APC, Quit Tinubu’s Presidential Campaign – Abdulmumin Jibrin

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The Director-General of the Bola Tinubu Support Group, Abdulmumin Jibrin, has revealed why he dumped the presidential campaign of the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

 

Jibrin said he had no choice but to quit Tinubu’s campaign after he defected from the APC to the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) led by former Kano State governor and NNPP presidential aspirant, Rabiu Kwankwaso.

 

The former member of the House of Representatives disclosed this on Saturday in a statement titled, ‘Why I left the APC – Hon Abdulmumin Jibrin.’

 

He, however, reiterated that he had no issues with Tinubu but with Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, adding that his political life had been miserable in the last seven years due to the overbearing nature of the party’s leaders in his home state.

 

He said, “In my twenty-three years of postgraduate experience, the last seven years were my most unremarkable, so much that my long-established career almost reached a point of utter implosion…

 

“The horrifying disappointments of my past seven years revolved around this character who’s determined to destroy anybody that activates his glaring inferiority complex. His sadistic instincts make him quite a frightening ally, so much that he feels the need to treat his allies as the marginalized black Africans in apartheid-era South Africans to feel a sense of superiority and misguided advantage.”

 

“I dedicated everything to the political interests of this man, but he kept asking for more. This circus became too embarrassing that I had to take a step back for soul-searching to redeem myself. There’s a difference between service for the common good and a quest to be worshipped by one’s allies. We must never confuse loyalty with slavery.”

 

“This man yearned for that and put me through a mentally draining phase in my life that I had to step aside to reflect on my political choices. It’s unsurprising that all his political principals and lieutenants are deserting him, and he risks becoming an island at the end of his stewardship.

 

“When he tried to lure me back a few days ago in a lengthy phone conversation, I asked him a question to stir up deep introspection on his demoralizing interpersonal relations. I asked if, as a father, he would want others to treat his children in the fashion he treats us his political allies and lieutenants. At the appropriate time, I intend to discuss the viciousness of this man in detail,” he added.

 

 

 

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