The internal crisis rocking the ruling PDP as a fall out of the general elections may not be ending soon.
This time, Niger State governor, Babangida Aliyu has joined in the call for the resignation of the party’s National Chairman, Adamu Mu’azu.
He urged the party’s leader to emulate the British political leaders who resigned after their parties performed poorly in the country’s election.
Governor Aliyu spoke in Dutse. Jigawa state, when he attending the naming of a major township road after the then “G7 Governors”
He said that any leader who led a party to face the kind of defeat faced by the PDP should not be reminded to resign.
The governor noted that morality and principle were key attributes the PDP must imbibe to succeed for future elections.
According to him, what happened in the United Kingdom election on Thursday was a reflection of morality and principle, which must be brought to the Nigerian polity.