The former Minister of Federal Capital Territory and Deputy National Secretary of All Progressives Congress, Malam Nasir El-Rufai on Sunday in Kaduna gave the the ruling Peoples Democratic Party 11
months notice to quit the Aso Villa.
He also said that the PDP should be prepared to vacate public offices across the federation within that same period.
El-Rufai stated this in Kaduna State at the APC stakeholders’ meeting, preparatory to the party’s forthcoming congresses.
He described the APC as a government in the waiting, noting that, “even those (people) in power now
know that, they have 11 months notice to pack their bags, because we are taking over.
El-Rufai, who is said to be eyeing the governorship of the state, said it was premature to talk on his governorship ambition saying that at the appropriate time, party members in the state would elect their candidates for respective offices.
“My priority as the Deputy National Secretary is to ensure that APC is a very strong party in Kaduna State and other parts of the country. And the question of contesting for office will be determined by the party at appropriate time,” he said.