Bukola Saraki answered a question threw to him by Reuters on questions about leaving the current ruling party, the APC. He answered by saying that the chances are ‘very, very, very high’
Saraki made this statement while speaking to Reuters.
When asked about leaving the ruling party, he admitted that “the chances are very, very high”.
This comes after the Senate President oversaw Tuesday’s plenary session, that witnessed 15 Senator defect from the APC.
Senators that joined the PDP are: Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso (Kano); Rafiu Ibrahim (Kwara); Shaba Lafiagi (Kwara); Bayero Nafada (Gombe); Ubale Shittu (Jigawa); Dino Melaye (Kogi); Abdullahi Danbaba (Sokoto); Isa Hamma Misau (Bauchi); Suleiman Nazif (Bauchi); Suleiman Hunkuyi (Kaduna); Barnabas Gemade (Benue) and Lanre Tejuoso (Ogun).
Monsurat Sumonu (Oyo) and Abdulaziz Nyako (Adamawa) opted for the ADC.
With this, the APC has slim majority with 53 Senators, while the PDP has 50.