Festus Keyamo has mocked the PDP over what he Sunday claimed as the party’s strategy of hoping that northern APC governors would betray Asiwaju Bola Tinubu asserting that the betrayal which he claimed runs in the vein of the opposition party is missing in the APC.
Keyamo spoke against the background of reports that Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State had already switched sides against Tinubu upon the claim that the APC presidential candidate would as president work to foist James Faleke as the next governor of Kogi State.
. reports that both the APC at the federal and state levels has already debunked the news.
However, chastising the PDP on depending on the betrayal of northern APC governors, Keyamo said:
The desperation of the opposition knows no bounds now. They’ve resorted to lies & fake news to attempt to destabilise our ranks, just as theirs have collapsed. Gov. Yahaya Bello is 100 percent with
@officialABAT. The Feb 25th result will show the world our Governors’ commitment!
The strategy of the PDP pinning all their hopes of winning on our Northern leaders ‘betraying’
@officialABAT is a dumb political strategy. By trumpeting it, they put our Northern leaders under pressure to deliver for ASIWAJU because the North is renowned for its honour & fidelity
The 2023 elections will prove DECISIVELY that the North has tremendous passion for the unity & cohesion of this country. I have no doubt about that. The APC Governors took the lead in this regard during our primaries & their constituents in the North got the message loud & clear
When you show the North that you can be politically honest and reliable like @officialABAT and the other southern APC leaders showed in their unflinching support for President Buhari in the last 8 years, then expect absolute & unquestionable reciprocity in their dealing.
. reports that the consideration of Northern APC governors betraying Tinubu is hinged on the claim that the presidential candidate was not their favourite to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari.
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