No Reconciliation In Plateau PDP Yet, Says Plateau Factional Spokesman Macham

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Yakubu Busari

The attentions of PDP SEC ASPIRANTS Plateau State have been drawn to rumors peddle around by mischief makers alleging that reconciliation has been concluded in our party across the State.

Emma Macham JP State Publicity Secretary (Aspirant), said; “ In as much as we don’t wish to join issues with the peddlers of such lies and propaganda from myopic minds, it is of note that, we have demonstrated absolute loyalty and commitment to legally constituted authorities in Abuja by submitting ourselves to amicable resolutions of the ongoing disputes, it is therefore very important to inform loyal and genuine party members, the general public of our position as it affects the party at the moment.

We had an invitation as “SEC ASPIRANTS” from the Sen Bukola Saraki led National Reconciliation and Strategy Committee in Abuja, the first of its kind since the infringement on our party constitution and fundamental human rights

After the interactive session, we presented our position to the committee in a writing form signed by our representatives to the meeting.

We are still waiting for the outcome of the committee intervention which is not at our disposal at the moment for study by our team.

Pursuant to our earlier resolve to approach the court of law for the intervention and interpretation of our party constitution, guidelines, electoral acts, and the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Our court cases are still ongoing at various courts of law across the state, our legal team is on top of the situation and as events continuing to unfold.

Sadly and painfully, our party remains vacant arising from landmark judgments and court orders already secured from courts of competent jurisdiction, which is at our disposal affecting leadership at various levels within the state and it is constitutionally binding on all arms Government and agencies until decided otherwise in the nearest future, either by an appeal or amicable resolution.

We remain resolute, completely committed, and stronger to ensuring justice, equity, and fair play.

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