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Politics of Sunday, 18 September 2022


Kaduna PDP chieftain urges party leaders to settle differences before 2023 elections

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A Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain in the Kajuru Local Goverment Area of Kaduna State, Alhaji Ahmed Tijani, has begged the party to settle their differences before the 2023 general elections.

Tijani, who expressed discomfort with the lingering crisis rocking the party, noted that Nigerians were looking forward to seeing its triumph in 2023.

He wondered why the crisis has taken too long to be settled, adding that all members ought to have one voice before the general elections.

“All Nigerians are looking, praying toward the PDP to win the 2023 general election, but some members of the party are trying to bring down the glory of the party,” he said.

According to him, since the ruling party has failed, its members are decamping to PDP because they have no alternative.

DAILY POST recalls that the cordial relationship between former vice president Atiku Abubakar and Governor Wike of Rivers State went soar immediately the former was declared winner of the presidential primaries.

However, the cold war led to the resignation of one of the party’s chieftains, Alhaji Walid Jibrin, last week.

It is not certain when the crisis will be resolved as the ruling party leaders and governors have continued to woo Governor Wike to their side.

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