Makarfi said this while speaking in the current edition of The Interview.
The former vice president had left the PDP to join the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), but announced on Sunday that he was returning to the PDP. "So where is the weight?" the presidential aide questioned.
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"We are only waiting for the APC National Convention to endorse Buhari for a second tenure", he said. "By any law or the party's guidelines, I'm not excluded", he said. More so, considering that Buhari has the power of incumbency, which plays a vital role in Nigerian politics, as well as the fact that the APC has a strong hold in the South West, PDP would have to do a lot of work to regain its strength to give him a run for his money. People are in APC for different reasons. When I was Vice President in 1999 I was responsible for liberalising the telecomms sector which enabled us to increase the number of people who could access a phone from less than 1 million then to over 100 million today. I have thought of it. President Buhari is not competing with him at the moment, what he's trying to do is to put President Buhari out of the good work he's doing and to come to wallow in the mud with him. Some of you may know that I was elected Vice President under the banner of the PDP, which is the political party I had helped to found some ten years before.
The former vice president has indicated that he plans to travel round the country in the coming months to interact with Nigerians on other issues affecting the country.
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Explaining his comments to Redmond, he added: "I said what good a player he is. I didn't know him last season and didn't realise how good he is.
"I saw an article that said that the transfer season is open with Atiku's move".
"Alhaji Atiku is known to hobnob from one party to the other when he can not have the control of the party".
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The party called on all its members still in the APC or other parties as well as others frustrated in the party to return.