The ex-EFCC chair, who in 2014 left the Action Congress of Nigeria which later merged with the Congress for Progressive Change to form the APC, said he joined the ruling party on Thursday.
After that, the leadership of the party in my Bako ward of Yola South Local Government Area visited me in my Yola residence to welcome me back to their fold,” the former ACN presidential aspirant said.
Ribadu, who had joined the Peoples Democratic Party in a bid to contest the governorship election for Adamawa State, attributed his departure from the APC to “fundamental disagreements with the ways the chapter of the party in my state was run after it fell into some hands”.
He explained that his return to the APC was influenced by events in the last 15 months, which “have addressed many of the issues and healed some of the wounds” as well as “the genuine and sincere invitations I received since last year to retrace my steps into the party”.
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