Sheriff Mulls flexible terms in Ending PDP Crisis

by on October 7, 2016

The factional Chairman of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Sen Ali Modu Sheriff, yesterday promised flexible and realis­tic conditions for the resolu­tion of the crisis in the party.

Sheriff said that resolution in the party has become im­perative as the crisis was be­coming a threat to the nation’s democracy.

Sheriff, who spoke through his factional National Secre­tary, Professor Adewale Ola­dipo, added that it was agreed that his faction will bring 12 persons to make up the 24-man committee that would look into the party crisis in a bid to resolve it.

He said, “The two leaders have agreed that a 24-man committee of committed PDP leaders and members from all over the country will be formed to chart the way forward for our party.

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“This is with a view to bringing this unnecessary crisis to a stop and make sure that our party comes out of it stronger.

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