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Fani Kayode Blasts Ben Bruce Over His Support for Ali Modu Sheriff… See Details



People’s Democratic Party chieftains, Femi Fani Kayode and Senator Ben Murray Bruce seem to be on different pages concerning the leadership of the main opposition party in Nigeria.

Former Aviation Minister, Chief Femi Fani Kayode has verbally attacked Bayelsa lawmaker and founder of Silverbird Group, Senator Ben Murray Bruce over his take on the leadership crisis of the party.

It would be recalled that on Saturday, Ben Bruce called for support for the decision of the Court of Appeal in Port Harcourt, Rivers State to endorse a former Borno State governor, Ali Modu Sheriff as the national chairman of the PDP at the expense of the Ahmed Makarfi-led cartaker committee.

His public decision seem not to augur well with Fani Kayode as he has apparently called Ben Bruce a “blind, deaf and dumb simpleton and a prancing village idiot”

Meanwhile, the PDP leaders held a stakeholders meeting today and below are the resolutions as shared on Twitter:

The Stakeholders meeting of our great party comprising of all organs of the Party just ended here at the Ekiti state governor lodge, Abuja

1. The Meeting deliberated on the outcome of the Appeal Court Judgement that ceded the leadership of the Party to Senator Ali Modu Sheriff,

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2. The meeting also berated the action of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) that barricaded the ICC, original venue of the meeting

3. At the end of the deliberations, the stakeholders of the Party after series of discussions arrived at the following resolutions

4. I. The Stakeholders endorsed the decision of the May 21st, 2016 National Convention of the PDP in Port Harcourt that constituted the

II. the Sen. Ahmed Makarfi led National Caretaker Committee, saying that the Convention did not violate any Order of the Court

III. The Stakeholders while holding the Judiciary in high esteem, faulted the Judgement of the Appeal Court in Port Harcourt