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The Minister of State for Mines and Steel Development, Gbemi Saraki has dismissed the claim that she has dumped the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

The minister made this revelation in a statement released by her media aide, Moses Bello.

Saraki dismissed the claim that she joined the main opposition party.

She said she’s not supporting the governorship candidate of the party in Kwara State, Yaman.

The statement revealed that the minister worked very hard to ensure the victory of the president elect, Senator Bola Tinubu in the state.

She said she’s committed to the development of the party despite a few disagreement with the decisions of the APC led administration in the state, in connection with the legacies of the late Oloye Sola Saraki.

Saraki reaffirmed that she’s a chieftain of the party both in her home state, Kwara State and the country at large.

She also said she is not having any plan to dump the ruling party.

The media aide on behalf of the minister added: “If anything,I am even more committed to ensuring the success of the incoming Asiwaju/Shettima administration come May 29”, Saraki was quoted as saying.

He added: “Saraki is a grassroots mobiliser and has pledged her continued allegiance to President Buhari’s administration, as well as that of incoming one of Tinubu and Sen. Kashim Shettima.”

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