Government & Politics

“The National Convention Will Do More Harm Than Good As There Is Still Confusion In PDP” – Senator Buruji Kashamu


Senator Buruji Kashamu (PDP, Ogun East) has slammed the leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the current crisis rocking the party and advised them to stop the scheduled August 17 national convention of the Party.

Kashamu, who made this submission in a paper he forwarded to the two fighting factions of the party, said that the convention will do more harm than good as there is still confusion in the PDP.

Warning that the different court orders and judgments which have yet to be vacated might end up nullifying the outcome of the convention, he said,

He said: “Going to Port Harcourt for another national convention on August 17, without addressing the issues that have stuck out like a sore thumb might turn out to be an exercise in futility.

“I appeal to all our leaders to wade into the crisis and resolve the issues.

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“If we gloss over the issues and facts and go ahead to hold the proposed convention without resolving them, the perception of PDP as a lawless organisation will sink deeper and ultimately public opinion will be against us.

“An air of confusion pervades our party and the land, with one division of the court saying Makarfi’s appointment is right while another division of the same court says Sheriff is the authentic national chairman of our party.

“We cannot continue like this. Already, the nomination (governorship) processes in Edo and Ondo States are being endangered by the current crisis.

“It is incumbent on all well-meaning leaders and elders of the party to call Senators Sheriff and Makarfi and look for a political solution to this crisis and resolve it, once and for all. Nothing is too much to give, if we truly love the party.”

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