Speaker of Nigeria’s House of Representatives from 1999 to 2003 Hon. Ghali Umar Na’Abba on Sunday announced his resignation as a member of the PDP.

But he did not state his next move or the party he would join, in a 940-word letter he addressed to the PDP chairman in his state Kano, north-west and national headquarters as well as the party’s Board of Trustees (Chief Tony Anenih).

Na’Abba, who headed the House at a time it moved to impeach President Olusegun Obasanjo, pointed to the poor leadership of the PDP and the refusal of its leaders to take good advice.

“For the above and many reasons, effective today 15th March 2015, I hereby tender my resignation from the Peoples Democratic Party, its organs including the Board of Trustees and all other committees to which I belong at national and state levels,” Na’Abba wrote.



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