Mohammed Abacha who is son of the brutal dictator, Gen. Sani Abacha, has pleaded with Nigerians and the people of Kano State, to forget the past.
He said, “History is for yesterday. Whatever has happened, happened yesterday. Yesterday belongs to history and it is one of the things we have left behind.
“We must forget the past and move on. We need not to talk about it as if we can forget.”
There also Speculations that he would Contest For Governorship See what He Said ;
He said, “I did not consult the governor before returning to the party. Power belongs to God.
“We left the PDP in 2010 due to lack of internal democracy but we have had so many experiences and have come to realise that there is no other party that captures Nigeria, every tribe and religion like the PDP.”
Asked if be party had promised to give him a waiver, Mohammed said it the issue of waiver was not discussed.
The PDP constitution says a returnee to the party will have to wait for two years before he could be allowed to contest using its platform, unless he is granted waiver by either the National Working Committee of the party or its National Executive Committee.