The power tussle within the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) between the Ali Modu Sheriff-led faction and the Ahmed Makarfi-led faction might be coming to an end, according to a former national vice president of the party for the south south, Cairo Ojougboh.
At a press conference in Abuja, Ojougboh revealed that Sheriff’s camp had made its terms for truce known to the Makarfi group through an ‘intermediary’.
Ojougboh was appointed by Senator Sheriff as deputy chairman of his faction of the PDP amidst the leadership tussle.
The PDP chieftain however maintained that the party must understand that “Sheriff remains the authentic chairman” until a proper national convention of the party declares otherwise.
He however, did not reveal the other conditions given by Sheriff’s camp for peace to reign within the party although he said, “the conditions for truce are being worked out.”