Adamawa State governor Murtala Nyako has disclosed that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will make a woeful outing in the North in 2015 as northerners have vowed to vote the party out of power.
Governor Nyako said this in Yola, the state capital, during a meeting with some civil society groups under the aegis of Coalition of Rights Advocates, led by Mr Olufemi Aduwo who paid him courtesy visit at his office yesterday.
Nyako added that the reason for the disenchantment by the northerners was due to the fact that PDP has not added value to the region’s socio economic well being but instead has allowed the region to be engulfed by crisis, especially in the north-east zone.
Nyako further declared that the region would vote out President Jonathan for his failure to honour the one-term pact he entered with them.
The governor told the visiting team that he did not hold any grudge against President Jonathan, disclosing that the failure of the president to tell Nigerians the truth about his future presidential ambition, including top PDP members and state governors, was the cause of the stand-off between him and some northern leaders.
Nyako said as 2015 general elections draw nearer, more prominent people in the PDP would ditch it for the opposition APC following their continuous dissatisfaction with the party as it has consistently failed them.