I'm not quitting APC - Governor Bindow

- Gov Bindow says he will not dump APC

- He says he is loyal to the party and loyal to the leadership of the party

Governor Muhammadu Bindow of Adamawa state has disassociated himself

and his administration from reported threat to quit the ruling All

Progressives Congress (APC).

Speaking through the Commissioner of

Information and Strategy, Malam Ahmad

Sajoh, Bindow told newsmen Saturday,

April 8, in Yola that the media were not fair

to the governor, who had spoken at an

occasion and declared his full support to the


He said: "What Abba-Jimeta said was his personal opinion and the

governor did not waste time in countering him at the event.


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"The way the story was presented by the media is not fair to the governor.

"Whatever a governor's aide said cannot supersede what the governor

said at an event; we must subscribe to what the governor said as it

override whatever his aides say.

"We are loyal to the party; we are loyal to the leadership of the

party and we are loyal to President Muhammadu Buhari."

CAMPUSNAIJA.info recalls that Governor Jibrilla Bindow of Adamawa

state had reportedly complained against the way federal appointments

and projects concerning his state were being handled.

He was quoted through his chief of staff to have said that he and his

officials may be forced to dump the All Progressives Congress if the

complaints were not addressed.

Abdulrahman Jimeta, the chief of staff to the governor, disclosed this

on Thursday, April 6, in the presence of Governor Bindow, while

addressing a team from the APC National Secretariat who were on a

visit to the state to conduct the north-east mini convention of the


He said: "We here are loyal, but tell the leadership of the party that

there is limit to loyalty and that party business is optional. In

fact, even religion, you have the right to change it because of



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"So, tell them we are loyal, but there is limit to that, especially if

they are not recognising us, since we are the army of the party that


supposed to enjoy the fruits of the party; or out of frustration we

join the opposition enemy party."

Jimeta noted that various appointments were made without consulting

the state government.

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