PDP crisis: Sheriff holds closed door meeting with Jonathan
The embattled national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Ali Modu Sheriff met with former President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday, February 20.
The both met at Jonathan’s residence in Abuja hours after security agencies cordoned off the International Conference Centre, the venue where the party’s caretaker committee, led by Ahmed Makarfi was to hold a stakeholders’ meeting.
The Nation reports that Sheriff arrived at Jonathan’s Maitama home at 4.25pm.
He was accompanied by some members of his National Working Committee (NWC).
Those who accompanied him were the deputy national chairman, Dr. Cairo Ojougboh; national secretary, Prof. Wale Oladipo and the national financial secretary, Adewole Adeyanju.
Others were former political adviser, Ahmed Gulak; a former minister of state for finance, Yerima Ngama and Senator Umar Gada, among others.
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