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Many members of the PDP, including supporters of former President, Goodluck Jonathan, have expressed anger at Sheriff’s appointment and even threatened to leave the party.

Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain, Bode George has said that the new Chairman of the party, Ali Modu Sherriff will only be in office for three to four months.

George made the comment in reaction to the controversy caused by Sherriff’s appointment.

“Some people were happy about his emergence just as some people were unhappy about it. But what we should bear in mind is that he (Sheriff) is only a transitional chairman,” he told Punch.

“He’s there to fill the remainder of the tenure of our former chairman, Alhaji Adamu Mu’azu. He would be the chairman for three to four months.

“We have the fathers of the PDP in the North-East. We can’t afford to let them go. We will appeal to them. They shouldn’t wreck the house they built. We don’t want them to leave the house they built to become tenants in another party,” he added.

Many members of the PDP, including supporters of former President, Goodluck Jonathan, have expressed anger at Sheriff’s appointment and even threatened to leave the party.

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