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Gale of defections: Kwara still firm behind Buhari – Lai Mohammed - ITREALMS

Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has reacted to the gale of defection of some federal law makers across the Senate and House of Representatives, saying Kwara State is still firm in support of President Mohammadu Buhari, reports ITRealms.

The minister in a press statement available to ITRealms on Thursday, said that against the backdrop of the recent events at the National Assembly, expressing appreciation to all members of All Progressive Congress (APC) in Kwara State.

“I want to most sincerely thank all APC members and supporters in Kwara State for their unflinching commitment to ensuring that the party emerges stronger than ever in the state,” he said.

As said by him, that commitment has been reflected in the overwhelming support and solidarity that we have received, not just from our party members but also from other parties and stakeholders across the state, since the melodrama at the National Assembly on Tuesday.

“In particular, there has been an expression of overwhelming love and support for President Muhammadu Buhari from across Kwara, in the wake of the defections by federal legislators from Kwara,

“I call on all our members and supporters in Kwara to remain calm, because there is no cause for alarm.

“We are currently consulting with the national leadership of our great party, with a view to coming up with a programme of action that will take into consideration the recent developments.

“Our members and supporters should have no doubt whatsoever that whatever decisions we take after the consultations will be in their overall best interest,” he said.

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