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Adamu Garba apologizes to youth, announces new party

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Adamu Garba apologizes to youth, announces new party

In less than 24 hours after resigning from the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, due to its outrageous Hundred Million naira presidential nomination form price, Adamu Garba has joined the Youth Progressive Party (YPP).

The presidential aspirant who also apologized to his loyalists for his actions alleged that APC has ‘lost its moral bearings’ by turning its primary election into a business venture, hence his decision to leave.

You would recall that Adamu had on April 18 taken to Twitter to announce his decision to contest to become Nigeria’s next president under the APC.

However, in a statement on Thursday, while declaring that he’s a radical patriotic Nigerian and can’t stand anything that threatens the stability and security of the country, Adamu said he had high hopes that things would eventually get better, even as it got worse.

He said “I’m a radical patriotic Nigerian and can’t stand anything that threatens the stability and security of this country.

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I had such high hopes that things would eventually get better, even as it got worse. “I do not accept anything that could truncate our democracy & freedom.”

“It appears I was wrong in some ways, because things didn’t eventually get better, and in fact, it kept getting worst.

“I kept my hopes alive with the belief that changes can better be made from within, but it is clear to me that in APC, there’s no plans or future for innovative youth.”

“Painfully so is the over-financialisation of the political atmosphere.

“In a third world country where money is generated from natural resources & not human brains, once financialised, there will be no incentive for human lives to get better. Resources will be the focus of leaders.”

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“This means, to some extent, it is better for people to keep dying and giving up on the country than to live and stay here.

“The more they die or suffer or vacate the country, the less competition and pressure on the resources. That’s why our leaders don’t care, but we should.”

“I promise you that I am now fully reformed, baptized and have realized some of my mistakes. I’m ready to move along with you to chat about a new course for the future of Nigeria.
“We can’t do this with leaders living in the past.

“In the light of the new future, Adamu Garba announces that he has joined the Youth Progressive Party (YPP).
“I now belong here! the beginning of the New Deal”.

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