Tukur is a polio virus to Nigeria’s democracy - Sule Lamido


Jigawa State governor and ex-member of G7 political group, Alhaji Sule Lamido, has described the national chairman of PDP, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur, as “polio virus to Nigerian democracy.”
The governor said this on Thursday, in his office, while receiving Nigerian former military head of state, General Abdulsalami Abubakar, who paid him a courtesy call, during his official visit to the state.
Lamido explained that Tukur’s style of leadership in the PDP was a threat to the country’s democracy.
He added that the country’s democratic system had been “cannibalised by myopic, undemocratic people like Tukur and his supporters.
“It is quite unfortunate  that this is happening now 12 years after you, Abubakar Abdulsalami due to your patrotism and selfless commitment to the nation, conquered all the temptations around you.”
The governor also said that PDP’s  house was in “shambles as a result of the focusless leadership style of Tukur, who has no idea of how to move the party forward,” adding that  his colleagues who recently moved to APC did so out of frustration.

“Most of them had worked for the advancement of the PDP in their states but instead of the party to show appreciation, it ended up sending people parking unceremoniously,” he added.


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