Adamawa Impeachment: How Nyako Can Save His Neck By Emmanuel Ariyo
1. The PDP is determined to see the impeachment of Governor Murtala Nyako through no matter what, even if it’s requires some form of illegality.
2. It will also be nothing short of political suicide for APC to allow PDP take over Adamawa state before 2015 elections. Not only will it be a near impossible task to win back the state, it might signal the demise of the party in Adamawa.
The big question: What can the APC do to retain the state? If all maneuvers employed by Governor Nyako seems not to abate the situation, which it is looking like. I suggest on the party big wigs to bring the deputy Governor back on board by all means. Get him to understand the need to make a sacrifice. The sacrifice which will be to agree to resign with Governor Nyako.
This resignation will be done in such a way that will see the deputy resigning first, allowing the Party and the Governor nominate a fairly popular candidate to take over as deputy. Immediately this is done, the current Governor Nyako himself will resign to allow that person become the substantial Governor. All these must be achieved within 48 hrs latest. With this the assembly will not have any thing on the new man. Giving him and the party convenient time to win the peoples heart before the general elections. Since Nyako is from the South, candidates like Nuhu Ribadu from the Central Senatorial district could fit this bill.
Here we have a very difficult choice to make, yet it remains one that needs to be made. Ultimately I believe it’s a better and safer option for Governor Nyako, than having the PDP take over. I hope at the end, the party will be able to genuinely retain the state.
Just the thoughts running through my head. Felt I should share. Hope you will be able to share with those that matter up North.
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