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SDP advises CUPP on how to sustain coalition


The Social Democratic Party, SDP, has advised political parties that were signatories to the Memorandum of Understanding signed by political parties to remove President Buhari in 2019, to ensure the agreement was properly handled, so as to avert future crisis.

Recall that the Social Democratic Party, SDP, was among the 36 political parties that signed the memorandum in Abuja on Monday, with the main objective to oust the All Progressives Congress-led federal government in the 2019 general elections.

The Abia State chairman of SDP, Hon. Chidi Nwosu, gave the advice, in an interactive session with newsmen, on Wednesday in Umuahia, the state capital.

Nwosu called on the initiators of the coalition to ensure the memorandum was cemented to accommodate everybody’s interest in order to stop members from backing out.

According to the former Abia lawmaker, “This action as envisaged will have its problems in the near future. And its problems will come when it is time to share offices. That is also part of the problems APC have had.

” Not accommodating those that helped them to win election. Not recognizing the efforts of those individuals, and witch hunting of those perceived to be having thoughts and ideas that are not very compatible with that of APC”.

“I still feel like if this MoU is not properly handled, it may also lead to certain persons or groups disembarking, but I do not pray for that to happen. It is my wish if it will be possible to front one presidential candidate by all these parties. APC would now be in problem”.

“But in the normal Nigeria character, people may also go where they feel, they have the maximum advantage because APC is not going to be quiet. They will start approaching this groups now”.

” So, I will advise that, let the MoU be cemented to a point that everybody is accommodated and everybody’s interest is there”.

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