By Tom Garba
A former deputy speaker in Kaduna State House of Assembly, Rt Hon Professor Matoh Dari Dogara has dumped the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).
Matoh in an official Letter of withdrawing his membership of PDP to his Garu Ward Chairman, Lere Local Governor said the long unresolved internal party squabbles have compelled him to leave the party.
Matoh while appreciating the party for giving him many opportunities to serve as an individual or political group, he recounted the untold stories of unfair treatment meted on him.
He recalled how his thirteen different letters seeking genuine reconciliation with the ward chairman fell on deaf ears.
Matoh in the letter worried that his efforts to address salient issues of marginalization hahatcheded the state leadership and other strata of the party but all to no avail.
According to him, he is now leaving the party to those who consider it as their political heritage enough space to do whatever they want to do.
Matoh dumped PDP but did not state his next political party of stay, this medium gathered that he has started a romance with the ruling party, APC.