Duste - Speculations that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) would replace Vice President Namadi Sambo with Governor Sule Lamido of Jigawa State as President Goodluck Jonathan’s running mate in the 2015 election became rife on Tuesday when the party’s Board of Trustees chairman, Tony Anenih met with the governor.
The meeting, which was held behind closed- door lasted for about three hours, reported The Nation.
The meeting held at the state’s presidential lodge in Dutse was also attended by the party’s National Vice Chairman, North West, Ibrahim Musa Kazaure.
Anenih, who did not disclose what was discussed at the meeting described Lamidi as a matured leader.
Lamido had initially signified his intention to contest the 2015 Presidential election before the party prevailed on him to step down for President Jonathan.
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