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Leave PDP for party to have peace – Gana tells Sheriff

Leave PDP for party to have peace – Gana tells Sheriff

Prof Jerry Gana, a member of the party’s Board of Trustees, has asked the ousted acting National Chairman of the party, Senator Ali Modu Sheriff, to leave the party alone for peace to return.

Speaking in Abakaliki, the Ebonyi State capital, when he accompanied Governor Dave Umahi on the inspection and commissioning of projects, Gana said he was confident that the crisis in PDP “will soon be over”.

He saaid, “I like to place on record the role of your governor here, together with other governors who are working very hard to ensure this.”

Gana disclosed that the “Abuja group” was only protesting certain fundamentals, which were going wrong, and not interested in dividing the party.

The PDP founding member said party members were trying avoiding the mistakes of the past and have aligned with the resolutions of the National Convention held in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

Gana disclosed that the PDP caucus in the National Assembly and the governors of the party had met in Abuja and agreed that the PDP must continue to exist.

He urged Sherrif to give PDP some peace “for us to re-organize ourselves to move forward”, assuring that congresses would be held within the next 90 days in areas where they were not properly done.

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