APDA denies merger talks with SDP, other political parties




NIGERIA: THE Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance (APDA) has denied any merger plan with the Social Democratic Party (SDP) or any other political party.

The party in a news release signed by its National Publicity Secretary, Comrade Tosin Adeyanju, said that the purported merger talk was a “strategic tacit deception, to hoodwink the public against the party.”

*Adeyanju…denied any merger talk.

The party said: “In the craft world of politics, it is not rude shock to Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance (APDA) that sources alien to the Party are crafting in their clandestine domains and wild imaginations of ‘merger talks’ by APDA with other political parties, not excluding the revived Social Democratic Party (SDP).”

“It is not lost on APDA that some persons with their consorts who continue to nurse hidden but illicit interests in APDA, as bargaining foil for their nothing but egotistical agenda for leadership of the SDP are masterminds of the purported ‘merger talks,” the party further said.

It added: “APDA categorically declares to the world that the craftsmen with their supporting cast of the ‘merger talks’ are engaging themselves in strategic tacit deception, to hoodwink the public against the Party by the alleged ‘merger talks,’ they are declaring to Nigerians they have no credible packages to offer.

“We want to urge Nigerians to discontinuance this fabricated lies because APDA is not aware of and not interested in the purported ‘merger talks’ with the SDP.”

APDA, however, urged the public and its members nationwide “to discontinuance such rumor as we strive to feature in all elective position in 2019.”

“The party is doing everything possible to come up with credible candidates that will fly the parties flag in the Ekiti and Osun gubernatorial elections later this year,” it stressed in the release made available to GatewayMail.

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