Daniel Ishaya Gani, a former member of Wukari Constituency at the Taraba state House of Assembly, has resigned his appointment as a Special Adviser to governor Darius Dickson Ishaku.
Gani, who tendered his resignation letter through the office of the Secretary to the State Government (SSG), on Monday, gave no details for his decision.
The two times member, who spoke with our correspondent via a telephone, also claimed that he has formerly decamped from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the All Progressives Congress (APC).
His resignation and defection from the ruling PDP, was observed to have came barely a week after the Sale Ahmadu, a Special Adviser to the governor, treaded the same path.
In a copy of the resignation letter made available to our correspondent, Gani, was observed to have paid glowing tribute to late late Mama Taraba, Senator Alhassan Jumai Aisha, whom he described as his political mentor.
Stressing how late Mama Taraba impacted on him positive, his appointment, as a Special Adviser to the incumbent governor, he admitted to have been influenced by Aisha.
Though, he gave no reason for his actions, our correspondent however gathered that his move was necessitated following the recent defection of the Senate deputy minority leader, Emmanuel Bwacha from PDP to APC.
A closed political association of him, told our correspondent “Gani decided to bow out of PDP to APC because of the lack of internal democracy in the PDP. ”
On why he also resigned his appointment, the associate who craved anonymity, said “he also resigned because, since he was appointed he has not been assigned any result by the governor. ”
The associate, who as at the time of filing this report still remain a member of the PDP, said plans are already in the pipeline for some of Gani’s supporters in Wukari local government council to dump the PDP for APC.”