Honeymoon Is Over: PDP Considers Expelling Atiku Abubakar as They Shift Toward Tinubu

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PDP Governors’ Shift Toward Tinubu Signals the End of Honeymoon with Atiku – Umar Ardo”

 

Umar Ardo, a former Special Adviser to the 2023 Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, , has suggested that the PDP may consider expelling the former Vice President if he persists with his presidential ambitions.

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Ardo’s remarks come in the wake of PDP governors expressing their willingness to collaborate with President Bola Tinubu, a move that signifies a shift away from Atiku’s leadership.

The rift within the party became apparent when Atiku openly criticized the Supreme Court’s ruling, which affirmed President Bola Tinubu as the winner of the February presidential election.

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Despite his disappointment, Atiku remained steadfast, proclaiming that he would not abandon his political journey.

In contrast, the PDP Governors Forum, led by Chairman Bala Mohammed, pledged to work with President Bola Tinubu, highlighting his leadership qualities and the readiness of PDP governors to cooperate with the federal government under his leadership.

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This divergence in stance is a clear indication that the amicable relationship between the PDP’s 2023 presidential candidate and the party’s governors has come to an end.

Umar Ardo commented on this development, saying, “With these opposing positions, it’s just a matter of time (and in a not distant future) for the inevitable implosion to happen, and either Atiku steps down his presidential ambition or leaves the PDP, or be expelled from the party! That’s my reading of the political crystal ball.”

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As tensions rise and the PDP grapples with internal divisions, the future of Atiku’s political role within the party remains uncertain.

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