Senator Abdul-Azeez Nyako representing Adamawa Central Senatorial District has formally announced his defection from the All Progressives Congress (APC) to the African Democratic Congress (ADC).
Nyako made the announcement on Monday at a Stakeholders’ Meeting and Inauguration of ADC Congress Committee for Adamawa in Yola.
The lawmaker said he was compelled to leave APC with his supporters due to the injustice done during the recent congresses of APC in Adamawa.
“We are hopeful and pray to God that this step taken will be better for us.
“Justice is the foundation for everything good and we want to enjoin ADC to ensure justice to all so that more people will come and join,” Nyako said.
Receiving the lawmaker, the Acting Chairman of ADC in Adamawa, Alhaji Mijinyawa Kugama, said the party was committed to justice for all.
“We are going to ensure that everyone is carried along in the party during our congress starting from July 24,” Kugama said.
It will be recalled that Kaakaki News reported Yesterday the an Aide of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Usman Bawa dumped APC.
Bawa a former member of the House of Representative representing Kaduna North Federal constituency on Monday in a letter to his party Local Government Chairman says he dumped the party to pursue other course of life.
Bawa was appointed by Speaker House of Representative Yakubu Dogara Special Adviser on Special Duties in 2015.
He however did not mention the new party he will be joining.
This is another heavy blow to the party as the Governor of Benue State, Samuel Ortom has also dumped the party.