Politics Modu Sheriff, Ahmed Makarfi Sign Peace Pact to end PDP Crisis



Ali Modu Sheriff and Ahmed Makarfi have signed a peace pact to end the crisis plaguing the party.

The National Reconciliation Committee of the PDP headed by Governor Henry Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa State brokered the deal.

In a communique signed by both the Senator Modu Sheriff faction and the Ahmed Makarfi Caretaker Committee, the party agreed to halt the current practice of making public statements capable of further inflaming the crisis.

The communique was jointly signed Bernard Mikko, the factional PDP Acting National Publicity Secretary for Sheriff’s group and his counterpart in the Makarfi faction, Prince Dayo Adeyeye.

“That all actors of the party should desist from making derogatory, inflammatory and divisive statements against party officials, stakeholders and members.

“That the party should not dissipate her energy amongst itself but to focus on how to unite and be a formidable opposition capable of taking over power from the failed APC led government

“That all key actors in the on-going peace process should henceforth desist from making public press statements attacking each other and statements insinuating negative acts capable of dragging the party to the mud.

“In conclusion, all key actors in the PDP have agreed to work together with the National Reconciliation Committee led by Governor Seriake Dickson to engender peace and genuine reconciliation”.


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