Abuja - National Chairman of the People Democratic Party (PDP), Adamu Mu'azu may have temporarily survived the plot to remove him as Chairman of the party, reports Thisday.
Some party members have been calling for the sack of Mu'azu and other members of the party’s National Working Committee (NWC) following the loss of the party in the just concluded general elections.
The aggrieved party members including some presidential aides, outgoing ministers and party leaders had planned to use Wednesday's meeting between the party leadership and governors, governors-elect, outgoing and incoming members of the National Assembly to pass a vote of no confidence on the Mu’azu-led NWC.
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The aggrieved members would then called for the dissolution of the NWC.
Mu’azu and other NWC members were able to avert their ouster following the deft political move made by Mu'azu, who was said to have used his widespread contacts and influence in the party and the presidency to stop the detractors from going ahead with their plans.
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