The expelled senator of Peoples Democratic Party, Buruji Kashamu, may have relief coming his way, as the Action Democracy Party, (ADP) has said it would admit him if he is ready to abide by the party’s rules.
The party issued the invitation on Monday at its Ogun State secretariat, Abeokuta, during a press conference to unveil the new building in Onikolobo area of the town.
Addressing journalists, the state chairman of the party, Adewale Egunleti, said there was room to accommodate Mr Kashamu “if he shows interest”.
“If he comes tomorrow, we shall admit him, on condition that he is ready to abide with the party rules and regulations. No matter the money he brought, we won’t bow to any moneybag. We will welcome him, if he is ready to abide with our constitution, we shall have him,” he said.
Mr Egunleti said the party is a credible alternative to send packing the ruling All Progressives Congress, (APC), both at national and state levels.
“In ADP, we pride ourselves as representing the real credible alternative and it gives me a great joy that the ADP political revolution is gradually sweeping across the nooks and crannies of our dear Ogun State to rescue it from many years of mis-governance’,” he said.
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