Senator Gbemisola Rukayat Saraki, the Honourable Minister of Transportation (state) is on her way out of the All Progressives Congress APC.
InsightMedia on Monday reported that one of Saraki’s aides, Titilope Anifowose resigned her membership of the party, stating that the party does not have what it takes to transform Nigeria.
Information reaching us confirms that the resignation of the Minister’s aide, Anifowose Titilope is an attempt by Saraki to test the waters and gauge the opinions of the public on the decision to quit the APC.
Anifowose in her resignation of APC membership stated that she does not believe in APC as a political party that can make Nigeria better.
It is becoming clearer to discerning observers that such acidic criticism of the APC by the minister’s aide without a reciprocatory sanction from the minister who’s position is borne out of her membership of APC, illustrates the sour relationship between Saraki and APC in Kwara State.