Jun 26, 2022

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BREAKING: APC set to lose 20 more senators, might lose majority – Legit.ng

  • New reports claim that the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) is likely to lose another 20 senators
  • Remember that the ruling party recently lost 13 senators from opposition parties over some grievances
  • Meanwhile, the APC chairman went to the National Assembly to persuade the senators to quit the ruling APC

According to new reports, the All Progressives Congress (APC) could likely lose its Senate majority.

This follows reports that as many as 20 APC senators have decided to resign from the party.

Senators are reportedly keeping an eye on the Peoples’ Democratic Party, which Labor Party and the New Nigeria Peoples Party and others.

Remember sic h because the ruling party had previously lost 13 senators to the opposition parties.

The parliamentarians are sad to hand in their return tickets to the National Assembly during the party primaries in L.

Currently, the five minority parties in the upper house have 43 senators, with the PDP having 39 senators, while the Young Peoples Party, All Progressives Grand Alliance, Labor Party and the New Nigeria People’s Party have four senators.< /p>

Punch Newspaper reports that a lawmaker, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the party leader had to come to the National Assembly to dissuade senators from breaking out of the ruling APC.

Legislators reportedly said:

“The party leader came to a meeting with the APC senators because he said they learned through intelligence information , that no fewer than 20 other senators planned to defect to other parties within the next week.

” The chairman asked each of the aggrieved senators to disclose their grievances, which we all did in turn. After hearing our problems, the Chairman ordered that we put them in writing.”

22 APC senators planning defection to PDP, Fani Kayode sounds alarm

In another report, twenty-two other senators from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) plan to defect to the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), said Femi Fani-Kayode, a former aviation minister and party leader /p>

He explained that the planned exit was due to the fact that senators were denied party tickets for the 2023 election.

Expressing concern about mass exodus in the party, Fani-Kayode said in a tweet on Wednesday that something needs to be done to prevent this.

Source: Legit. ng