National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Ali Modu Sheriff has been commended by top party stakeholders for helping the party kick back to life as a virile opposition party since he assumed office.
Serving Senators and former Governors of the PDP passed a vote of confidence in the leadership of the party’s National Chairman, Senator Ali Sheriff recently at a meeting held at the residence of the Senate Minority Leader, Godswill Akpabio.
The politicians said the former Governor of Borno state has so far helped the once dying party kick back to life since he assumed it’s chairmanship in February.
This was made public via a statement signed and issued by the National Chairman’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr Inuwa Bwala.
“The senators who met with the Chairman on Wednesday at the residence of the minority leader of the senate, senator Godswill Akpabio, collectively agreed that Sheriff emergence as the national Chairman of the PDP has brought back live into the party and he deserves commendation and encouragement,” the statement read.
“A motion moved by Senator Mrs Biodun Olujimi, from Ekiti state and seconded by Senator Mao Ohabunwa, to the effect that the National Chairman has lived up to his promise to work towards reuniting all interests in the party, deserves the support of all stakeholders , was unanimously carried and adopted as the position of the forum.