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Byline: Ndahi Marama
THE defection House of Representatives Member, Hon. Muhammed Ali Ndume from the All Nigerian Peoples Party, ANPP to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP is raising dusts in Borno ANPP given its implications for the 2011 polls.
Ndume, who represents Damboa, Chibok and Gwoza Federal Constituency of Borno State, dumped the ANPP on Monday, to join the PDP, the party of a government he had so much vilified on the floor of the National Assembly.
He quit the ANPP following alleged high-handedness of Governor Ali Modu Sheriff. The governor is perceived as a godfather who dictated who could vie for any political office under the party's platform. …