The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has on Tuesday announced the reopening of its National headquarters in Abuja, after about 9 days of cessation of activities.
On May 22, the national secretariat of the PDP had been shut down by the officers of the Nigerian Police Force following intelligence that a faction of the party was plotting to cause trouble.
Three factions-one led by Ali Modu Sheriff; another by Ahmed Makarfi, and the third by Jerry Gana- had emerged owing to disagreement over the leadership of the party.
However, a statement issued by the Head of Publicity Division at the party’s secretariat, Chinwe Nnorom, said:
“Please be informed that the PDP National Secretariat re-opens today being Tuesday May 31, 2016 for members of establishment staff only.
“The BoT Secretary, Amb. Chief Ojo Maduekwe will be addressing members of staff at later today in the NEC Hall.”