Following a Court of Appeal ruling declaring former Borno state governor, Ali Modu Sherrif as the national party chairman of Peoples' Democratic Party (PDP), his supportesr in Delta state took to the street to celebrate him amidst songs and praises.
Ali modu Sheriff became the national party chairman of People's Democratic Party (PDP) after a Court of Appeal set aside a Federal High Court judgement delivered Justice Mohammed Liman which recognised Senator Ahmed Makarfi as the chairman of the party.
His supporters in Delta state took to the street waving PDP's flag as they danced to the PDP secretariat in the state.
There are pictures of Ali Modu Sheriff drinking and reportedly singing praises of Sheriff's victory over Markaffi.
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Meanwhile, Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) Governors Forum led by Governor Ayo Fayose and the Board of Trustee of the party have spoken against the judgement of the Court of Appeal declaring Ali Modu Sheriff as the national party chairman.
Ayo Fayose who spoke on behalf of the Governors Forum said: “The outcome of the Port Harcourt Court of Appeal that reinstated Sheriff against the will of the people, is nothing but a violation of our democracy."