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Mu'azu Aliyu ‘PDP is not dead,’ Niger State Governor says

Aliyu said further that the party would come back in 2019 to regain what it lost in the recently held general elections.

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Governor Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu of Niger state play

Governor Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu of Niger state

(Globalville)

Niger State Governor, Mu'azu Aliyu, has said that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is not dead.

Aliyu said further that the party would come back in 2019 to regain what it lost in the recently held general elections.

The governor made the declaration on Wednesday, April 15, 2015, during a meeting with members of the Umar Nasko Campaign Organization.

“Our party is not dead. When all this cools down, we will properly re-organise to bring PDP back to its formidable political strength. Many things have happened and this is not the time for us to apportion blame,” Aliyu said.

“I therefore hope that when we will have to re-organise our party, we would add ideology to what we have. Let me urge you to stop thinking you have failed. In terms of elections, particularly the time we found ourselves, it went beyond the limits of individual effort,” he added.

The governor has earlier stated that he would rather resign from politics than leave the PDP.

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