Makarfi’s PDP faction hails sacking of Sheriff, Oladipo

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The National Caretaker Committee of the PDP has expressed satisfaction with the Thursday’s judgment, which sacked Senator Ali Modu Sheriff and Prof. Wale Oladipo as the national chairman and national secretary of the party, respectively.

Speaking on the court judgment that removed both Sheriff and Oladipo, the caretaker committee advised the former national chairman to retrace his steps and join hands with it to move the former ruling party forward.
Secretary of the Caretaker Committee, Sen. Ben Obi, in an interview with journalists, described the judgment as a welcome development.
“We expect more positive court rulings in the days ahead in favour of our party. It is time for them to face the truth and retrace their steps,” Obi said.
He called on Sheriff and his supporters to stop their hard line posture and cooperate with the caretaker committee to move the party forward.
“We believe that truth must be upheld; we want all hands to be on deck to chart the way forward,” he added.
A Federal High Court sitting in Port Harcourt will on Monday, July 4 give ruling on the leadership crisis in PDP.
Efforts to get the official reaction of both Sheriff and Oladipo were failed as none of them picked their calls.

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