Overwhelmed by three matters in court, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is considering a new option of sharing offices between the faction of its sacked National Chairman, Senator Modu Ali Sheriff, and the Caretaker Committee led by Senator Ahmed Makarfi.
There is pressure on PDP leaders in the North-East and the two governors of the party in the zone, Ibrahim Dankwambo and Darius Ishaku, to prevail on Sheriff to accept the new option. Talks were also ongoing yesterday with Sheriff’s new godfather, Senator Kashamu Buruji, to convince the ex-National Chairman on the sharing of posts.
But adamant Sheriff insisted that the law must take its course instead of any short cut formula. The Board of Trustees of the PDP had taken over the affairs of the party on Wednesday, pending the time it will resolve its problems.