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Senator Nyako reacts, says Adamawa PDP goofed in statement against him

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Senator Abdul’Aziz Nyako who represented Adamawa Central Senatorial district in the 8th National Assembly has faulted claims against him by the State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

In a statement issued on Saturday and made available to CAPITAL POST in Abuja, by Nyako’s Director of Media and Publicity, Hon Auwal Usman Galadima, the former lawmaker insisted that the State PDP Chairman, Barrister A. T. Shehu’s claims against him were tissues of lies aimed at misleading the public about Senator Abdul’aziz Nyako and therefore called on the people to disregard it.

Auwal said the PDP state chairman’s statement was capable of distroying the image of Senator Nyako’s political career and therefore, needed to set the records straight for public consumption.

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According to him, PDP in the State resorted to lies as means of diversionary antics to cover up their non performance within one year in office.

He said the party’s one year in office was darkness and darkness can never be history, the statement said.

It is recalled that, “the Adamawa State chapter of the PDP in the state, had raised a false information claiming that thousands of the African Democratic Congress (ADC) members have decamped to PDP. ”

“They also accused Senator Nyako of fanning ethno religious sentiment aimed at bringing down governor Fintiri’s goverment among others.”

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Responding, Auwal reminded the party, that Senator Nyako, while in office as Senator representing Adamawa central Senatorial district in the 8th Assembly helped in resolving several ethno religious crisis in the state.

He explained that his principal visited almost all villages where ethno religious crisis took place in the state and assisted greatly in conflict resolutions.

He said prominent among others was the Fulani and Bata in Kor- Goron in Girer local government council area where the crisis was resolved and relief materials donated to them.

He also debunked the claims that his principal represented Adamawa Southern Senatorial zone and said it was a distorted facts made too early by the party and said Nyako along side Sen. Mo’Allah Yidi who represented Southern Senatorial Zone visited victims of farmers and herd men’s clashes in the southern zone and also donated relief materials to them.

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Auwal said such visits were done severally by Sen. Nyako and disputes were resolved amicably.

He also refuted the claims that his principal benefited from PDP saying Sen. Nyako was not a card carrying member of PDP and never contested in any elections as such could not have benefited from the party.The statement said.

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