PDP Chairman Claims “I Will Not Resign as PDP Chairman”

Ali Modu Sheriff, the newly elected Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party has dared party officials by saying that he will not resign.

Former governor of Borno state, Senator Ali Modu Sherrif on Monday stated that he will not resign as the National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party after some aggrieved members PDP members asked him to resign.

Vanguard reports that Sheriff made the statement after he formally took over as the chairman of the party, and promised that he would work with all relevant organs of the party to ensure that the party conduct a credible congress and convention that would be a pride to all Nigerians.

“The time ahead is certainly not going to be easy. We are aware of the high expectations from Nigerians for us to give the part a new focus. Our party is a party that has an avalanche of qualified people who can proffer solution to our problems. We accepted to serve not because we are the best, but because we have been identified to be capable of doing the task ahead.
“I will carry everybody along. I have come to form a partnership with party men and women. The wrangling that is going on is normal but we will overcome. I will contact everybody that matters in the party because we have the same goal which is rebuilding the party to its enviable height” he said.

It would be recalled that the PDP Rescue Group on Sunday afternoon called on him to resign his position as his emergence was not acceptable to the generality of the people.

However, Sheriff said his focus now is to ensure that the party is returned to its past glory.



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