CNPP exhibits 1 thing Makarfi have to do after defeating Sheriff at supreme courtroom

- CNPP has revealed what Senator
Makarfi should do to assist Nigeria’s
democracy
- The party hailed the Supreme
judgement that confirmed Makarfi as
authentic caretaker chairman of PDP
- It also advised Makarfi to put the
party in order to serve as main
opposition to the ruling APC
The Conference of Nigeria Political
Parties (CNPP) has appealed to the
Ahmed Makarfi-led Peoples Democratic
Party (PDP) to put its house in order to
contribute its quota in the opposition
politics for the deepening of Nigeria’s
democracy now that the leadership
tussle in the party has been settled.


In a statement by its Secretary General,
Chief Willy Ezugwu, the CNPP said: “We
congratulate the PDP for the conclusion
of its legal battle occasioned by the
polarization of the party. As an
opposition political party and member of
our association, the verdict of by the
Supreme Court has again strengthened
democracy in the country.
“The victory for the PDP is a victory for
democracy and all members of the CNPP,
which is the umbrella association of all
political parties and groups in the
Nigeria.
“For us, the Supreme Court has
established itself as the true last hope of
the ordinary Nigerians and the highly
placed in the society.
“We enjoin all member associations and
political parties to always adhere to the
principle of rule of law in the face of any
such crisis as justice may be delayed but
cannot be denied.
“It is now time for the PDP to put its
house in other to contribute its quota in
the opposition politics for the deepening
of democracy in Nigeria.”
LOADEDCITY had previously reported that
Supreme Court declared Makarfi's group
as authentic faction of the PDP after
months of legal battle between his
faction and Ali-Modu Sheriff's faction.

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