A former president aspirant, Adamu Garba, has rejoined the All Progressives Congress (APC) weeks after defecting to the Young Progressives Party (YPP).
Garba left the ruling party due to the high cost of presidential expression of interest and nomination forms of the APC, which the party pegged at N100 million.
He also contested the YPP presidential ticket, but lost to Malik Ado-Ibrahim.
However, in a tweet on Tuesday, Garba affirmed that he is back in the APC.
He stated that it would do harm to the country if he did not support Bola Tinubu, the standard-bearer of the party and Kashim Shettima, his running mate.
“Yes, I am fully back to APC. I could do more harm to my country, Nigeria if I did not support a combination of a great strategist and a great tactician on a single ticket,” the tweet reads.
“It is BAT/Hashim that should take over all polling units in Nigeria come 2023. RE-DECAMPED!,” he wrote.