Jonathan, G-7 Governors to Resume Peace Meeting on Sunday
The reconciliation process in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) which was severely threatened with the suspension of four members of the breakaway faction of the party, otherwise referred to as the New PDP will continue this weekend as President Goodluck Jonathan seeks to meet with the seven aggrieved governors from the party on Sunday.
The meeting aimed at finding a lasting solution to the crisis rocking the Party was reportedly communicated in a letter has been sent to the governors to attend the meeting.
The letter was said to have been signed by the President’s Chief of Staff, Mike Oghiadomhe, who indicated in the letter that the meeting would hold by 9 p.m. at the First Lady’s Conference Room, the State House, Presidential Villa.
The governors are Rabiu Kwankwanso(Kano); Aliyu Wamakko(Sokoto), Chibuike Amaechi (Rivers), Sule Lamido (Jigawa), Aliyu Babangida (Niger); Abdulfatai Ahmed(Kwara); and Murtala Nyako (Adamawa).
A source close to one of the governors, who spoke in confidence with our correspondent on Wednesday night, said the governors would attend the meeting.
He said, “Yes, we have been invited to the meeting, which will hold on Sunday. We will be there and we hope that this time around, we would be able to resolve our differences.”
Before now, the President had met with the group twice, but they were not able to arrive at an agreeable conclusion.
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