Published on Jun 07, 2016 Greenbarge Reporters
The embattled former chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Ali Modu Sheriff, has described the caretaker committee, headed by Senator Ahmed Makarfi as contraption.
Modu Sheriff said: “my attention has been drawn to the activities at the National secretariat of the PDP to the effect that some individuals masquerading as leaders have handed over to Ahmed Mohammed Makarfi under a contraption called “caretaker committee.”
In a statement by his Special Adviser on Media, Inwa Bwala, the sacked chairman said that going by proceedings still pending in the courts to the effect that he remains the National Chairman, whatever transpired was null, void and of no effect whatsoever.
Modu Sheriff said that he has not mandated anybody, nor was his authority obtained by Uche Secondus, who has been parading himself as acting on behalf of the National Chairman.
“While we await the verdicts of the courts, we wish to state that Senator Ali Modu Sheriff is and remains the National Chairman of the party, until otherwise declared by the courts.
“We allowed the charade to go on at the secretariat without any form of challenge in strict obedience to careful pronouncement on the matter, but we must also state that there is no gathering of groups or individuals, however powerful, such groups or individuals may be, that can be said to take precedence over the law.
“For the avoidance of doubts, we state categorically that what took place at the PDP secretariat on Tuesday June 7, 2016 was a total disregard to court orders. And an extension of the impunity for which the party has been accused of and which has taken the party to where it is today.
“The public should disregard all the actions and pronouncements.
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