A poster promoting Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan's 2015 re-election in 2015 in Abuja. (Ola Awoniyi, AFP)
Ilorin - President Goodluck Jonathan bid to win the North- central votes in the February 14 presidential election has suffered a major setback, reports New Telegraph.
The North- central coordinator of one of the major groups drumming support for his re-election, the Jonathan Actualisation Movement (JAM), Dr. Mike Omotosho has dumped him and the Peoples Democratic party for the Labour Party.
Omotosho cited injustice in the ruling party as his reason for dumping the party.
Omotosho had sought the PDP ticket for Irepodun/Oke-Ero/Ekiti/Isin federal constituency but was schemed out of the race by the leadership of the party.Also read: Jonathan denies hating the north
He, has, however, emerged as the gubernatorial candidate of the Labour Party in Kwara State.
Read more at New Telegraph.
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