Mu’azu says he did his ‘best’ for Pres. Jonathan

by Ranti Joseph

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The national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Adamu Mu’azu, has finally taken out time to defend his leadership of the party despite the PDP’s recent loss at the polls, explaining that he did his best to save President Goodluck Jonathan from defeat.

Mu’azu broke his silence on Tuesday, May 5, when he disclosed his opinion about the whole accusations of being the cause for Jonathan’s defeat during the presidential elections.

While writing on Twitter, he stated that those accusing him of not doing his best for Jonathan were economical with the truth.

“I gave my best and all to the campaign of Mr. President and the party. We went to every state in Nigeria to campaign.

“In the face of abuse, insult and open ridicule by our friends and brothers we supported our leader President Jonathan faithfully.

“The perception of President Jonathan and our party in the north was at an all-time low because of the lies they were told by politicians.

“Those who blame us for not delivering maximum votes to the president in the north seem to have forgotten that it’s the people who vote,” he said.

Mu’azu explained that if the opportunity presents itself again, he would support Jonathan.

“I have always preached against ethnicity and tribalism and the voting pattern in the election was a concern to me personally.

“If I had my way, everyone in my state ‘Bauchi’ would have voted for President Jonathan but it’s the people that vote not me.

“The unity of Nigeria to me is greater than sectional or ethnic interests. I can never regret supporting our leader President Jonathan,” he said.

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