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Monday, 28 May 2018

APC Crisis: NewPDP Meets Buhari, PDP Makes Move

The leadership of the new Peoples Democratic Party in the ruling All Progressives Congress will today (Monday) meet with President Muhammadu Buhari.

The leader of the nPDP, Alhaji Kawu Baraje, who disclosed this in an interview with journalists in Ilorin on Sunday, said the meeting with Buhari would take place after the dialogue with Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo.

He stated that he was hopeful that at the end of meetings with VP Osinbajo and President Buhari, the APC would come out stronger and become more united in the general interest of the citizenry.

According to him, the next line of action of his group will be determined by the outcome of the meetings.

Baraje stated, “After meeting with the Vice-President, the attendees at the meeting are expected to meet with President Muhammadu Buhari later in the day to intimate him about the outcome of their meeting.

“I am optimistic that at the end of the meeting with the Vice-President, and later with President Muhammadu Buhari, our party, the APC, will come out stronger and become more united in the general interest of the citizenry.

The nPDP had, in a letter, given the APC leadership a one-week ultimatum to address its grievances, which, it stated, included marginalisation.

The group was reported on Sunday to have listed fresh grievances including complaints about the conduct of the recent states’ congresses of the APC and the alleged refusal of the party leadership to stamp its feet on parallel congresses in some states.

PDP woos aggrieved APC members 
Meanwhile, according to Punch, the opposition PDP has started moves to take advantage of the crises rocking the APC, and win over some members.
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