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Court Judgment: I Will Make Wike, Fayose Irrelevant In PDP – Sheriff Vows

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By Philips Sunday

Abuja, (AN24) – The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Ali Modu Sheriff has vowed to make Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike and Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State irrelevant in the party.

Recall that the Court of Appeal sitting in Port Harcourt. the Rivers State capital had on Thursday, ruled that Mr. Sheriff remains the authentic Chairman of the PDP.

In response to the judgment, the former Borno state governor vowed to restructure the opposition party such that Wike and Fayose would find it difficult to attain any position in the party.

Speaking with newsmen, Sheriff said: “I will engineer a restructuring of PDP such that characters like Wike and Fayose cannot find a way through to attain any position of prominence in our party in the future.

“They have brought shame and agony through the application of their crude and godless politics which is at variance with the principles upon which our founding fathers built our great party.

“We must find a way to sieve things so that only men of character and integrity can come through for positions of responsibility at all levels of our political engagement in the country.

“We must urgently steer the ship of PDP clear of the path of infamy which Wike and Fayose has brought our party, making Nigerians to mistake PDP as a training ground for thugs. That is the urgent task we have. We cannot continue to advertise thug brand and expect Nigerians to take us seriously.” Sheriff opined.

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