Latest on PDP crisis : Sheriff says no agreement reached yet.

    • A misty fog seems to be hanging on the alleged settlement of the crisis rocking the Peoples Democratic Party,PDP as factional National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Sen. Ali Modu Sheriff, has stressed that he has yet to reach agreement with the Chairman of the party’s National Caretaker Committee, Sen. Ahmed Makarfi.
      His position came barely three days after the party through some of its governors said the party had zoned the office of the national chairman to the southern part of the country.

      The caretaker committee also announced that the party’s national convention where national officers are to be elected, would hold in Port Harcourt on August 17.

      At its expanded national caucus meeting held on Thursday in Abuja, the party said that the presence of Sen. Buruji Kashamu, a supporter of Sheriff at the meeting, was an evidence that its reconciliation effort was yielding progress.

      However,on Saturday, Sheriff emphasised that his faction was still pursuing its cases in court, but said that he would address the nation on the state of the party, on Monday.

      Speaking through his deputy, Dr. Cairo Ojougboh, Sheriff said, “I have the express permission of Sheriff to inform our teeming supporters and PDP faithful nationwide that he has not reached agreement with anybody, neither has he permitted anybody to conclude on any process on his behalf.

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