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Thursday, 20 July 2017

PDP Crisis: As Sheriff's S-West group joins Mega Party

To desires that the issues confronting the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, are over after the Supreme Court judgment which perceived Ahmed Makarfi as the true National administrator, a few individuals from the gathering in the South West who are faithful to the expelled National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Alli Modu Sherif, host dumped the get-together for the new Mega Party of Nigeria, MPN. 

The choice was taken yesterday at the gathering's office in Old Ife Road, Ibadan, the Oyo State capital. 

As indicated by the pioneer of the gathering, Mr Ebenezer Alabi, and the Director General, Omo Ilu Foundation, Otunba Leke Adekoya, the choice was taken in light of the fact that the Makarfi aggregate did not demonstrate any charitableness in triumph but rather, they were insulting Ali Modu Sheriff gathering. 

Alabi, who was the Ondo State Chairman for Sheriff's group pointed blaming fingers at Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose and Senator Iyiola Omisore for their uncomplimentary comments after the judgment. 

He blamed the team for supposedly substituting names of individuals from state official with their own supporters at the National Headquarters of the gathering in Abuja. 

"The Makarfi gather picked not to be charitable in triumph. To start with, they discussed offering us absolution as though we are activists. As of late, the Acting National Secretary likewise said he would not be amazed to see Sheriff join the All Progressives Congress, APC. While Governor Fayose while coming back from Abuja, stretched at Ikere-Ekiti where he tended to individuals, putting forth neglectful expressions. It was a show of presumption of the most elevated request," Alabi said. 

In participation at the yesterday's occasion were the Oyo State Coordinator of the Omo Ilu Foundation, Alhaji Kolawole Ibrahim, Chief Segun Odekunmi and Chief Mary Anjorin from Osun State.

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