Ali Modu sheriff shocks PDP members, attacks Fayose, Wike

– Fractional chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Ali Modu Sheriff has revealed what he wants from the PDP – Sheriff said he wants a transparent convention involving every PDP member adding that he won’t withdraw any of the court cases against the Makarfi led PDP Ali Modu Sheriff Fractional chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Ali Modu Sheriff has revealed what he wants from the PDP.
Speaking on Channels Television on Sunday, August 14, Sheriff said he wants a transparent convention involving every PDP member. He said he will not be at the scheduled PDP convention adding that he won’t withdraw any of the court cases against the Makarfi led PDP. He blamed the Port Harcourt high court for creating chaos within the PDP but promised to resign if a transparent committee is promised.
Confusion as 4 PDP chairmen emerge, APC jubilates He also alleged the Ekiti state governor, Ayodele Fayose, and his Rivers counterpart, Nyesom Wike were plotting to hijack the party. “We will not let PDP to be hijacked by a few people like Governor Fayose and the governor of Rivers State. They have a script that they want someone to act, but I am a man of principle. This is not about Ali Sheriff; it is about democracy, and the rule of law. “I never asked to be chairman of the PDP. I was asked to come and assist the party. I never wanted to be chairman of the PDP.
I was sitting down in my house when leaders of the party begged me to come and help the party. Initially, I said no, but I later accepted. “We won’t allow things to go wrong, the party will not be hijacked. If they agree to carry everybody along and take the convention to Abuja, I am ready to step down today.” Also Sheriff while reacting to the recommendation made by the PDP Board of Trustees Reconciliation Committee, that all court cases instituted against the party by its members be withdrawn immediately said he would not do so.
Speaking to Punch newspaper through his media aide, Bernard Mikko said plans to he would do everything within his power and the constitution of the party to end what he called impunity in the PDP. “The courts are there to settle disputes in the society. We have done everything within the law to end the crisis.

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