PDP gladiators and imaginary enemies
All of these harassment were supposedly due to their criticism of Buhari’s flaws ranging from economy mismanagement, intolerance of opposition, despotic disposition, inability to unite Nigerians and the use of too much of propaganda than real governance.
Yet, the ongoing imbroglio Senator Ali Modu Sheriff and the National Caretaker Committee Chairman Senator Ahmed Makarfi is one major reason one should be wondering why the mad rush for the Wadata House, if truly PDP is a dead party or one under the siege of the APC!
At this rate of political bickering in PDP, the direction of things is not clear and PDP may be its own worst enemy. For example, in Lagos a father and his political son are sharply divided over the chairmanship seat in the Wadata House. Now things are getting really interesting in the PDP.
I honestly hope for the best candidate to emerge with the mind of re-positioning, reforming and returning the party to the winning ways, which will help Nigerians come out of the current deadly chains of Buhari and his APC.
One man I have seen to enjoy such expectations from both the old and young party members cut across all states in Nigeria is Pharm. Jimi Agbaje.
Adelaja Adeoye, Lagos