Hon.Mohammed Muluku ,member representing Nasarawa Eggon North (APC) has gave strong reasons why he dumped his former party,the People’s Democratic Party to the ruling All Progressives Congress in the state.
Muluku who defected last week in an exclusive interview at his abode in Tudun Abu,Lafia said he was moved because of the bundle of leadership rift that lead to the failure of the party in 2015 general election.
“I waited for the endless cacophony to end but to no avail ,and as a man of peace, l have found a better place devoid of chaos”.
Hon.Mohammed Muluku applauded the opposition party in the state,the People’s Democratic Party for accommodating and given him the mandate to represent his constituency for two consecutive times at the state Assembly.
“I tell you my core intention is to add value to the All Progressives Congress”.
When asked about the impact of the ruling party in his constituency, the lawmaker listed the impact of governor,Umaru Tanko Al-Makura as enormous,saying a lot has been achieved.
He listed some of the projects conceived by Umaru Tanko Al-Makura in Nasarawa Eggon to include the construction of solid township roads, other projects also include embarking on water project.
“Everything has been put in place include reticulation to end the acute shortage of water,though the project was through the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) “.
“if government is about the provision of core values of democracy to the electorate the ruling has done my people”.
He called on members of the ruling party in the state to remain focused and steadfast and should abide by laws abiding the party,the defection of Hon.Muluku and Hon Muhammed Alkali (APC) Lafia East has created a great vacuum in their former party.
This brings the number of APC lawmakers to 22 members while the opposition has only 2,Hon.Muhammed Okpede (PDP) Doma North and Hon.Peter Mbucho (PDP) Akwanga North,it could be recalled that recently the Deputy speaker of the House of Assembly,Hon.Godiya Akwashiki cross carpet from PDP to APC.
There was speculation going round that the immediate past governor of the state, Aliyu Akwe Doma and member representing Doma North in the House of Assembly are set to decamp to the ruling party, a source revealed the respected politicians would dump their party soon.
All effort to speak to them proved abortive as could not be reach for comment at the time of publishing this story,only time shall tell.