The national chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Abdullahi Adamu, has notes that the ruling political party lost the gubernatorial election in Osun State as a result of the dispute or disagreement between some party members.
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According to Sahara Reporters, Mr Adamu who noted that the loss in the election was a divine test from the almost Allah, also cited that the political party is set to return to the drawing board and change their tactics.
While speaking with BBC Hausa Service on Tuesday, the former Senator also maintained that politics is not a do or die affair as it is either you win the election, or you lose, and when you lose, you learn from your mistakes and change your strategy.
The Osun State gubernatorial election was held on Saturday, and the gubernatorial candidate of the PDP was able to win the election beating the incumbent governor of the State and the gubernatorial candidate of the ruling APC.
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