While the various State Chapters of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) wax stronger with hopes of winning the States they currently lead, especially the South South States; information filtering in from the nation’s capital is that the National leadership is currently in disarray.
A source close to the presidency squealed to Secrets Reporters that there was high tension in Aso Rock on Wednesday as its National Chairman, Adamu Mua’zu popularly called ‘Game Changer’ has finally bowed to pressure from his Northern brothers to resign his enviable position. We reliably gathered that Muazu complained bitterly to President Goodluck on Monday over the insult meted out to his people by his wife, Dame Patience Jonathan where she denigrated their culture and insulted their people. He reportedly told the President that he wants the party to disown the stand of the First Lady through the publicity National Secretary, Olisa Metuh, but this request was allegedly turned down by the President who explained that it would cause disaffection, an action which infuriated Muazu
According to the source, Muazu have been under fire especially from the traditional rulers to either choose his allegiance to the party or his people. In a clear case of loyalty, he was said to have gone to Aso Rock today to tender his resignation letter after complaining how Gov. Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State and the Director of Media and Publicity, Fani Kayode making mockery of the campaign strategy. “Fani- Kayode & Ayo Fayose have destroyed all our campaign strategies. They have turned PDP to an opposition party.” He stated.
The presidency is currently jittery and pleading with him to take back his job, stating that this action is enough to cause the PDP massive loss in the presidential election. Barring any change in plan, the party boss will be bidding final farewell on Friday.
Muazu is expected to meet with Northern leaders on Friday to discuss the over some yet to be disclosed discussion, squealed a source close to him.
Secrets Reporters is yet to independently confirm this report.