Condemns APC’s interference in anti-Buhari protest
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Tuesday said it is looking forward to the February 17 Court of Appeal judgement in Port Harcourt to rebuild the party.
The party also described the attempt by the All Progressives Congress (APC) to use hire thugs to disrupt last Monday’s anti-Buhari protest in some parts of the country as symptomatic of Nigeria descending into anarchy.
Chairman of the National Caretaker Committee of PDP, Senator Ahmed Makarfi, who spoke when he received in audience Forum of PDP State Chairmen, expressed confidence that sooner or later the party’s leadership crisis will be resolved.
Makarfi, however, said the caretaker committee would not like to be distracted in its quest to bring PDP back to its lost glory.
“No matter the distraction we will not look in a different direction.
“When you are running and somebody is holding your cloth, if you have scissors, cut it off because if you look behind somebody behind you will overtake you.
“We have conidence in the judiciary that sooner or later the crisis will be over and PDP will bounce back,” he stated.