Jonathan moves to resolve PDP crises

There were indications in Abuja on Tuesday that the Presidency had set up a secret committee to look into the crises rocking the ruling  Peoples Democratic Party and proffer  solutions to them.

It was gathered that the idea was mooted by some close aides of President Goodluck Jonathan, who advised him to take keen interest in the crises because of his political career and the determination of opposition political parties to merge and wrest power from the PDP in 2015.

The President was said to have also been told by the aides that the gale of suspensions in the PDP was capable of derailing the party.

Those believed to be  in the committee are the Chief of Staff to the President, Chief Mike Ogiadohme; the Political Adviser to  the President, Ahmed Gulak;  and some governors.

Source: Punch

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