The former House of Representative member who represented Asa/Ilorin West federal constituency at the 7th assembly and currently a senior legislative aide to the Senate President of Nigeria, Dr. Bukola Saraki is may dump the ruling All Progressive Congress any moment from now we’ve gathered.
Independent investigation revealed that the Ilorin West born politician who is a gubernatorial contender in the APC and Saraki political dynasty may dump the party as the ring appears not to probably swing to his own favour, especially as the likelihood of Dr. Saraki supporting his ambition becomes thinner for reasons yet unknown. Consqeunetly, all actions by Mashood Mustapha popularly known as MM and his associates pointed to the possibility of him (MM) decamping to the opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP) by 2018.
Investigations revealed that Hon. Mashood Mustapha is not limiting his consultative outreach to the All Progressive Congress but he has also been preparing a soft landing for himself in the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) should he be denied Kwara gubernatorial in the APC. The former Reps member have been reaching out to top PDP members in the state through his long time friend and former political appointee of ex-Governor Lawal, Rasaq Lawal and a former Commisioner for Information, Raheem Adedoyin who head his consultative team.
As we speak, it was gathered that some big whigs within the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) have aligned with the aspiration of Hon. Mashood Mustapha and has since been sponsored to further reach out to people on his (MM) behalf. Among these notable opposition figures working for MM in the state in anticipation of his coming to PDP is the 2015 deputy gubernatorial candidate of the PDP, Yinka Aluko.
However, fingers are still crossed as to disposition of the extant members of the party interested in guber ticket and the party leaders with respect to the prospective decamping of MM and the mobilization ongoing underground by PDP Chieftain for an opposition figure whose coming is only anticipated and may or may not surface.