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PDP Crisis: Secondus Makes Bold Move To End War 

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PDP’s National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus, has moved in to resolve the crisis rocking the party in the southeast.

Recall that there has been a power tussle between Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo state and a former governor of Ekiti State,  Peter Ayodele Fayose.

The crisis has been threatening to tear the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) apart in the southwest.

Whereas Makinde inaugurated a reconciliation committee (chaired by a former governor of Osun, Olagunsoye Oyinola) to resolve the leadership crisis, Fayose had kicked against the set of the group, alleging that its members were merely handpicked by the Oyo governor.

Fayose went ahead to establish his own committee which has acted as a stiff opposition to the Oyinola-led panel.

Secondus has now called on Seyi Makinde and Ayodele Fayose to settle their disagreement.

Speaking recently through his media aide, Ike Abonyi, Secondus advised the two factions to approach the Bukola Saraki-led committee for resolution.

Abonyi said: “The crisis in the Southwest PDP is as old as the PDP itself, whereas Secondus became National Chairman in December 2017.

“Let them channel their problems to the Saraki-led Peace and Reconciliation Committee set up by the same Secondus. If you put your house in order, outsiders can do nothing to its foundation.”

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