- The Kogi state chapter of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) has lost one of its high-profile members
- Hon Oladokun Jeremiah called it a quit when he handed in his resignation letter to the APGA secretariat in Kogi state
- Hon Jeremiah contested in the just concluded 2023 general election as APGA’s candidate for Yagba Federal Constituency
Hon Oladokun Jeremiah of Kogi State has resigned his membership from the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA).
As reported by the Nigerian Tribune, this development was made known in a letter written by Jeremiah and addressed to the party’s national leadership.
Hon Jeremiah, who contested under the party’s flagship for the House of Reps seat for Yagba Federal Constituency in the just concluded general elections, expressed his gratitude to the party for allowing him to contest.
“My humble resignation is personal and I am happy that God used me to propagate the party (APGA) in the state and Yagba Federal Constituency.”
Hon Jeremiah was a known philanthropist
The politician was widely known for his philanthropic traits and love for humanity.
He was fondly called “Adun Yagba” (the sweetness of Yagba) by his contemporaries and political supporters in Kogi state.
He further thanked his supporters and the party’s leadership for their backing during the pre-election activities and campaign.
Meanwhile, he noted that he would remain loyal and faithful to his supporters and continue to empower them with a series of programs that he has prepared for them.
Hon Jeremiah said he is open to continuing his working relationship with them and facilitating activities and programs that would add value to the country.
Popular Northern Senatorial Candidate Decamps to APC, Gives Reason
Similarly, the Bauchi senatorial candidate, Hon. Ibrahim Mohammed Baba, has dumped the SDP and returned to the ruling APC.
The former House of Representatives member announced his resignation from the SDP on Saturday, May 13, in Azare, headquarters of Katagum LGA.
The lawmaker represented the Katagum federal constituency in the House of Representatives between 2015 – 2019 under the platform of the ruling APC but later dumped the party for SDP.
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