Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso, the former governor of Kano State, has said that the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), would collapse should he leave the party. ayokinews.com reports
Despite his claims that he is dissatisfied with the major opposition party (APC) at the moment, Kwankwaso stated that he has not yet defected from the PDP.
He said this during an appearance on Channels Television’s Political Paradigm, in which he discussed his political ambitions.
“There is no question about it,” said the former governor in response to what the PDP’s fate would be if he leaves. “Where are the leaders? Who are the leaders? They will crumble.”
He stated that he remained in the PDP despite rumors and suspicions that he had defected to the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP). His new political outfit, the National Movement, has joined the NNPP.
Kwankwaso said that if he joins the NNPP, which is viewed as the third force, it will become stronger than the PDP and become the second force.