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Heavy Protest against Senator Misau for decamping from APC to PDP (PHOTOS)

Senator Isa Misau is facing a backlash in Bauchi state for decamping from the All Progressives Congress, APC to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

Misau was among the 14 Senators that defected to the PDP last week Tuesday. Below are photographs obtained by PoliticsNGR from the scene;

Heavy Protest against Senator Misau for decamping from APC to PDP (PHOTOS) was last modified: July 29th, 2018 by Politics Nigeria
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  • I want to tell these jobless youths that deflection is a normal party phenomenon. Buhari and others also deflected, so it is not new. Kindly go back to your homes and make good use of your time. Don't allow clueless and irresponsible politicians whose children are all abroad and has nothing to loose use you for their dirty job.

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