Desperate for peace among its members, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP has conceded to some of the demands made by its factional National Chairman, ALI MODU SHERIFF.
Rising from a meeting in Abuja , the Board of Trustees of the party said that the next national convention of the party would now hold in Abuja, and dissolved the national convention committee under the leadership of the Governor of Rivers State, NYESOM WIKE.
Both conditions are part of the peace accord reached with the ALI MODU SHERIFF FACTION in the quest to end the crisis ravaging the PDP.
The Board Of Trustees meeting, which held at the Musa Yar’Adua Centre was attended by a sizeable number of members and was presided over by its Chairman, Senator WALID JIBRIN.
It mandated its Reconciliation Committee to continue with all good efforts aimed at reconciling all of the party’s aggrieved members.