PDP sets to meet Wike, aggrieved members – BoT Chairman
Chairman Board of Trustees, People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Senator Walid Jibrin has said the party is set to meet with Governor Nyesom Wike, aggrieved party members as well as all the presidential aspirants for reconciliatory meeting.
It could be recalled that there is crisis rocking the party as a result of emergence of Delta Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa as its vice presidential candidate,
Jibrin however argued there is no problem in the party as it has been speculated in some quarters, saying the supposed crisis is not out of control.
The BoT chairman, in a statement in Kaduna, explained: “The BoT, the highest advisory body and the conscious of the party is meeting on Wednesday 3rd August to discuss the issues accordingly by coming up with strong recommendations with the special committee for the special reconciliation of aggrieved members, especially Governor Wike.
“After the BoT meeting, we will meet with Wike and all aggrieved members and all past presidential aspirants.
“It is my prayers as Chairman of BoT that the PDP will remain strongest and win all elections in 2022.
“I notice with great concern what the PDP primary elections of Atiku Abubakar and the appointment of chief Okowa as president and vice president is unnecessary causing confusion among some pdp members.
“May I point out that very strongly that there is no any problem as being envisaged by some people in our great party the PDP. I want to assure everyone as being envisaged by some people in our great party the PDP.”