PDP threatens to sanction ex-governor, others over Rivers crisis

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has threatened to sanction former governor of Jigawa State, Sule Lamido, and others for criticizing its National Working Committee (NWC) over the current crisis in Rivers.

Speaking after an emergency meeting on Thursday evening, national publicity secretary of the party, Debo Ologunagba, re-assured members that the intervention of the leadership was already yielding results.

“The NWC expressed serious displeasure over incautious conduct, activities and unguarded utterances by certain leaders who are out to disparage critical organs of the party, inflame passions, cause division among members and bring our dear party to public disrepute for their selfish reasons,” he said.

Politics Nigeria reports that Lamido had accused the NWC of docility adding that it was inconceivable that the PDP allowed President Bola Tinubu intervene in the dispute between Governor Sim Fubara and Nyesom Wike.

Lamido further asked the PDP NWC members to resign for failing to resolve the ongoing tussle between the FCT minister and his predecessor in Rivers State.

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  1. This is internal party affair, and stop washing it in public. You will end up making mockery of yourself. We freelance lovers of PDP are indeed disappointed on the way Wike’s arrogant disobey of the party’s constitution is destroying the party. I felt bad to see former Abuja Senator in company of Wike in Phc last week. Why? No rules again in PDP? Please keep your house in order, and don’t allow internal miscreants, otherwise known as ENEMIES WITHIN, to cause confusion in this wonderful party. Wike has already sold out Rivers State to APC because of devilish vindictive attitude. That so-called STRUCTURE he’s boasting about must be destroyed. Those involved should be ostracized, as bona fide Rivers State APC had rejected the advance of those evil defectors, so shall PDP do same to the members of Wike’s evil structure. SHALOM!!!

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