Dele Momodu Activates Partisan Mode, Joins Opposition People’s Democratic Party

Dele Momodu, a publisher, journalist, and former presidential candidate has returned to politics and joined the Peoples Democratic Party, Nigeria’s main opposition party (PDP).

Momodu announced his move to the PDP in a statement, citing the need to contribute meaningfully to the country’s development as the reason for his decision.

Dele Momodu Holding His PDP Membership Card Alongside Other Party Faithfuls

 PDP in a statement explained that his decision was based on the need to contribute meaningfully to the development of the country.

“I have consulted widely. And it is clear to me that given the dangerous and disastrous drift that our nation has experienced in the past six years, the only party from which amends can be made to rectify our situation is the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP),” he said in the statement released on Friday morning.

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“This accords with my vehement opposition to the policies and practices of the All Progressive Congress (APC) and its leadership, which has denuded our country of everything we hold dear – national unity, cohesion, security, economic prosperity, educational advancement, social infrastructure, and above all, our cherished moral values.

“For these reasons, I am happy to declare that I am now a full-fledged participating member of the great and patriotic Peoples Democratic Party.”


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