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The report quoted Fani-Kayode’s media adviser, Mr Jude Ndukwe, as saying his boss was still consulting and was under pressure to run for the position.
Ba ni ba siyasa muddin kotun koli ta mikawa Ali Sheriff PDP, inji Bode George, Ana dai sa rai kotun daga ke sai Allah ya isa zata yanke hukunci kan waye shugaba
George said he was not planning to defect to the All Progressives Congress (APC) but would rather quit active politics is Sheriff won at the Supreme Court.
In the election, Ademola Adeleke, who defected to the PDP in the heat of alleged imposition in the APC, won to replace his late brother, Isiaka Adeleke.
George also castigated those wishing the president dead reminding them that they are not God and that they are taking politics beyond what it should be.
A former deputy national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Bode George, has warned that any coup attempt may plunge Nigeria in another civil war.
Bode George, has expressed shock at the Court of Appeal judgement in Port Harcourt, which affirmed Senator Ali Modu Sheriff as the authentic chairman of PDP
Two heavy weights in the PDP Raymond Dokpesi and Bode George have picked the forms to contest for the position chairman of the party.
Jimi Agbaje has suffered a major setback as the PDP in Lagos has thrown its weight behind Chief Bode George.to be the national chairman
Cif Bode George Ya Shawarci Jam'iyar PDP Ta Zabe Mutum Mai Nagarta A Matsayin Shugaba
Chief Bode George has warned that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) may be playing with fire if the right person is not made chairman.
Chief Ojo Maduekwe, Nigeria’s former minister and ambassador, died leaving Bode George, former vice chairman of PDP, and their dream behind.
Bode George, ex-deputy national chairman of the PDP has said the rule of law will prevail in the matter between Gov Ayo Fayose and the EFCC.
Chief Bode George, a former deputy chairman of the PDP, criticized Ali Modu Sheriff for declaring himself as the national chairman of party.