I Assure We Will Do What We Know How To Do Best - Chairman of PDP Met With Former President

I Assure We Will Do What We Know How To Do Best - Chairman of PDP Met With Former President

Tony

Anenih, the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Peoples Democratic Party

(PDP) together with other national leaders of the party met on Monday with the

former President Olusegun Obasanjo to discuss current issue that nation faces

today and the fate of the party. Meeting lasted about three hours at hilltop

Later, Mr.

Anenih, told journalists that the

meeting was centered on issues that affect the corporate existence of Nigeria,

“I am here

to see my leader. I am here to pay my respect and indeed I am here with my

colleagues, some member of the board of trustees of our party to discuss some

issues that affect the corporate existence of this country; some issues about

the insecurity of the country and some issues about the party itself,” Mr.

Mr. Anenihdeclared that the meeting was successful and he is delighted by the outcome.

“As you

see, we are all smiling, don’t you see me smiling? And my leader too is

smiling. So we are quite happy about the outcome. For now, it is not for public

The PDPleader refused to comment concerning amnesty for Boko Haram.

“You want

us to discuss the issue of amnesty in public here? That is a security matter,”

Mr. Anenih

also said that the PDP in Ogun State would wax stronger as long as Mr. Obasanjo

‘Let me

tell you, almost all of us here are members of PDP in Ogun. So you cannot say

that PDP is dead in Ogun State. Leader of PDP is here, former president,” he

“When the

time comes, PDP is a party to beat. When the time comes, I assure we will do

Mr. Anenih

and the PDP Board of Trustees have been holding meetings with leaders of the

party across Nigeria in order to resolve lingering issues causing discord among

party members.

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